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Come for the lobster, stay for networking

Marlborough City Clerk Lisa Thomas and Brian Chapman are served clam chowder.

Marlborough City Clerk Lisa Thomas and Brian Chapman are served clam chowder.

Marlborough – Over 150 guests gathered July 24 for the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce's annual Lobster Fest in a tent at the Longfellow's Wayside Inn in Sudbury. Entertainment was provided by the local band Flashback and an appearance by the Fife and Drum Corps.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Kristin Santangelo of Boston Scientific spends time with her daughter, Kora, 3, the youngest party guest.

Kristin Santangelo of Boston Scientific spends time with her daughter, Kora, 3, the youngest party guest.

Matt Henderson, a guest of the Marlborough-based Students Against Destructive Decisions, gets a chair massage from Hilary Arthame of the Marlborough Wellness Center.

Matt Henderson, a guest of the Marlborough-based Students Against Destructive Decisions, gets a chair massage from Hilary Arthame of the Marlborough Wellness Center.

Mingling before dinner are Darren McLaughlin, general manager of Wayside Racquet and Swim Club, and his daughter, Kate.

Mingling before dinner are Darren McLaughlin, general manager of Wayside Racquet and Swim Club, and his daughter, Kate.

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