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‘Million Dollar’ man supports SeniorLife party on Nantucket

From left: Todd Finard and wife Andrea with Bravo’s Michael Lorber on Nantucket.

Ron Lynch

From left: Todd Finard and wife Andrea with Bravo’s Michael Lorber on Nantucket.

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Todd Finard of Finard Properties, his wife, Andrea, and his mother, Andie, hosted a party at their Nantucket home the other night on behalf of Hebrew SeniorLife. Guests included Michael Lorber of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York”; Las Vegas Sands director Charlie Forman and his wife, interior designer Jane Forman; and Dr. Lew Lipsitz of Hebrew SeniorLife’s Institute for Aging Research, who led a discussion during the event. . . . Kansas City Royal Bruce Chen dined at Strega in the North End on Thursday night.

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