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Who’s who at Regan holiday bash

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As he does every year at this time, flak George Regan this week threw a holiday party and invited an assortment of pols, influence peddlers, and clients. Bluesman James Montgomery performed at Regan’s Marina Bay abode for a crowd that included former treasurer Tim Cahill, current treasurer Steve Grossman, former congressman Bill Delahunt, UMass-Lowell chancellor Marty Meehan, UMass president Robert Caret, Suffolk Construction’s John Fish, Legal Seafoods boss Roger Berkowitz, New Balance bigwig Jim Davis, Willowbend Country Club’s David Southworth, car kahunas Herb Chambers, Ernie Boch Jr., and Ray Ciccolo, Channel 5 meteorologist Mike Wankum, Entercom’s Julie Kahn, and former TV news types Tom Ellis and Darlene McCarthy.

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