2nd Annual Acushnet Clamboil and Lobster Dinner – Sets Record!

What an amazing night! What an amazing food fest! What an amazing group of neighbors!

GiftsToGive_June6-2015_RisingTide_MS_091-MPhotos from our evening are here.

Two hundred neighbors spent their Saturday evening together! It was a blast!

None of this would have been possible without a most wonderful group of seriously giving people: We are so thankful and grateful to:

  • The GiftsToGive Volunteer Management Crew: All 38 of them!
  • Rising Tide Event Committee: (Friends of the NB Half-Marathon) Dan McCarthy, Tim Murray, Jeff Sanders, Charis Anderson, Sue Means, Chris Donnelly, Mike Manghan and Jill Biscari.
  • Clam boil and Lobster Dinner: The remarkable John Saunders and his totally professional crew of preparers, servers and facilitators.
  • Raw Bar by R’SHUCKS: Mr. Incredible – Tom Cassella
  • Dessert Extravaganza: The extraordinary Martha Kay (Full time Volunteer and Executive Director at GiftsToGive) a most excellent baker, decorator, muse, mentor and example!
  • Professional Photographer: All our photos are a gift from Melissa Sepulveda from MOJAPHOTO
  • Nelson Lima from Lima Entertainment our DJ and entertainment for the evening.
  • Local Bars, Restaurants and Businesses: Slainte` Irish Bar and Grill, Hibernia Irish Pub, Pour Farm Tavern, Cardoza’s, Buzzard’s Bay Brewing, The Inn at Shipyard Park, The Bitter End and Kirby’s Irish Pub
  • Our amazing bartenders: Joslyn Lacasse, Chelsea Mitchell and Ryan McFee.

GiftsToGive_June6-2015_RisingTide_MS_082-MWe’re reminded of what Dr. King said – that for one to serve – they needed a heart full of grace and a soul generated by love. Saturday night, for us, was a bright and shining light pointed at all kinds and types of grace and love!

We say it all the time, because it’s true – we’ve become known by the company we keep and we’re so grateful and thankful!GiftsToGive_June6-2015_RisingTide_MS_117-M

 

 

 

 

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