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Thank You!Thank you to all PERFECT PAIRINGS sponsors (click here for a list) and participants at our fun and successful fundraiser on October 14th!Several members have asked for more details about the Chef. Chadd Jenkins’ phone and email can be obtained by emailing the society with your details.We can’t thank Chadd enough for the fabulous food and the Burrell/Gatto family for the tasty wine selection: the heart of the event.
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Interviewee: Police Chief Richard J. “Duffy” Mangan (retired 2006) Date of birth/age at interview: March 20, 1944/67 Interviewer: Sally Jagoe Interview date: 2011 Interview location: Jagoe residence Interview length: 94 minutes Time span discussed: 1966 to 2006 Summary: This is a wide … Continue reading