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A celebration of farms and Lovin’ Spoonfuls

Nina Quirk (right) and Laura Geraty were two of the minglers at last week’s party at Post 390 that celebrated the restaurant’s “Farm to Post” menu and also benefited the local organization Lovin’ Spoonfuls, which gets perishable foods to people in need. Other guests at the event included Channel 7’s Janet Wu, Cambridge Office for Tourism director Robyn Culbertson, Ashley Stanley of Lovin’ Spoonfuls, Carl and Marie Hills of Kimball Fruit Farm, Matthew and Heather Linehan of Maine’s Sparrow Arc Farm, and Larry Trowbridge and Adam Fuller of Snappy Lobster Company. A raffle was held to benefit the Lovin’ cause.

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