PRIDE DAY

 Hull High held a Pride celebration on Wednesday, with many staff and students wearing their colors to celebrate PRIDE. The high school group PRISM (Pride, raising awareness, involvement, support, mentoring), helped to organize the celebration. Pictured here are photos of some of the staff and student participants, [Photo courtesy of PRISM advisor Meghan Preble]

lions mane jellyfish in the water next to a kayak

Lion Mane Jellyfish

The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is warning the public of the presence of lion’s mane jellyfish at Nantasket Beach in the Town of Hull. Additionally, the agency has posted purple flags at the beach, which indicate the presence of dangerous marine animals. [File photo]

kids standing on the pier at a street in hull ma ready to jump in

TAKING THE PLUNGE

Thanks to an early June heat wave, A Street pier was the place to be to beat the heat last weekend. This photo was taken just as this group was about to take the plunge. [Photo courtesy of Mary Callahan.)

field of hull high graduates sitting during commencement with the ocean in the background

FIELD OF DREAMS

A picture-perfect morning greeted Hull High’s 68 graduating students for their commencement ceremonies last Sat- urday. The graduation took place outside on Finlayson Field. Lead- ing attendees in the Pledge of Allegiance are (from left) Ben Olivieri, Siobhan Burke, High School Principal Nosek, Isabella Hendrickson, Abigail Schneiderhan, and Nolan Tiani, with Mr. Mastrogiacomo in the…

lady holding large fish on hook that she recently caught

WHAT A CATCH

Samantha White was thrilled to catch this 42” striped bass last month while fishing off one of the islands in Hull Bay, aboard the boat Fishingdude. Right after this photo was taken, she released the striper and watched him swim away. [Photo courtesy of Alan Swiman]

HAVING THEIR BACK

The Hull Police Honor Guard attended the dedication ceremonies for memorial squares in honor of veterans on Memorial Day, including this event on Main Street in Hull Village, which paid tribute to US Navy veteran William Gould Mitchell, who served in World War II. [Skip Tull photo]

fuzzy bee sitting on beautiful pink flowers

PRETTY IN PINK

The bright sun and days of rain have combined to keep gardens blooming – and bees buzzing – up and down the peninsula. Photographer Skip Tull caught this up-close image among the rhododendrons on Edgewater Road.