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Lobster served with a side of networking

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer

Manning the clam chowder station are City Councilor Don Landers and Jeffrey Schaffer, a MRCC board member.

Manning the clam chowder station are City Councilor Don Landers and Jeffrey Schaffer, a MRCC board member.

Marlborough – Over 170 guests gathered July 23 for the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce's (MRCC) annual Lobster Fest in a tent at the Longfellow's Wayside Inn in Sudbury. The menu also included streamers and mussels, barbecue chicken, clam chowder, red bliss potatoes, corn on the cob, salad, corn bread, watermelon, ice cream and blueberry pie.

A varied roster of live entertainment was provided by the band Flashback, guitarist Mike Pascarella, and the colonial-era costumed Sudbury Ancient Fyfe and Drum Companie.

For more information about the MRCC, visit marlboroughchamber.org.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MRCC President and CEO Susanne Morreale Leeber welcomes guests to the Lobster Fest.

MRCC President and CEO Susanne Morreale Leeber welcomes guests to the Lobster Fest.

Jill Capuano and her mother, Carol Ward, are served clam chowder.

Jill Capuano and her mother, Carol Ward, are served clam chowder.

Sarah Marks and Randi Isaacson are served lobster.

Sarah Marks and Randi Isaacson are served lobster.

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