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The Shades of Hope Gala for the Melanoma Foundation of New England brought about 400 supporters to the Four Seasons last week. The organization aims to educate people about the disease and provides support to patients and caregivers. Thomas P. Reilly was honored with the night’s Suzanne Donahue Keeper of the Hope Award, named for Donahue, of Scituate, who died at 40 from melanoma. The evening’s emcee was Channel 5’s Heather Unruh.

Bill Condron of Winchester with Tricia Rafferty (left) and Megan Smith, both of Boston.

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Bill Condron of Winchester with Tricia Rafferty (left) and Megan Smith, both of Boston.

Deb Girard (center) of Acton with honored guest Tom Reilly and wife, Dianne, of Hingham.

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Deb Girard (center) of Acton with honored guest Tom Reilly and wife, Dianne, of Hingham.

Kevin McGrath of Hingham and Robin Copeland of Boston.

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Kevin McGrath of Hingham and Robin Copeland of Boston.

From left: Jack Dunn of Milton, Deb Hoffman of Hingham, Hazel Dunn of Milton, and Tom Hoffman of Hingham.

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From left: Jack Dunn of Milton, Deb Hoffman of Hingham, Hazel Dunn of Milton, and Tom Hoffman of Hingham.

John Reilly of Hull with (from left) Deb Hoffman, Dr. Sue Decoste, Gina Flannery, and Amy Murray, all of Hingham.

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John Reilly of Hull with (from left) Deb Hoffman, Dr. Sue Decoste, Gina Flannery, and Amy Murray, all of Hingham.

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