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Party Lines: Big 3 Fishing Tournament

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More than 275 guests recently attended the inaugural Big 3 Fishing Tournament held at the Wychmere Beach Club in Harwich Port.

The event raised more than $200,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands.

Event co-chairs Jeff Leerink (center), CEO of Leerink Swann Company, and Terry and EJ Jaxtimer of Osterville.

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Event co-chairs Jeff Leerink (center), CEO of Leerink Swann Company, and Terry and EJ Jaxtimer of Osterville.

From left: Jen Palermo of South Boston with her parents, Jim and Maureen Palermo of Andover.

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From left: Jen Palermo of South Boston with her parents, Jim and Maureen Palermo of Andover.

From left: Rob and Bob McPhee, both of East Dennis, John McPhee of Harwich, and Dan McPhee of East Dennis.

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From left: Rob and Bob McPhee, both of East Dennis, John McPhee of Harwich, and Dan McPhee of East Dennis.

From left: Georgia Peirce of Boston, Wendy Foster of Brookline, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, Joanne Jaxtimer of Milton, and Vicary Graham of Boston.

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From left: Georgia Peirce of Boston, Wendy Foster of Brookline, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, Joanne Jaxtimer of Milton, and Vicary Graham of Boston.

Dewitt and Susan Davenport of South Yarmouth.

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Dewitt and Susan Davenport of South Yarmouth.

From left: Samantha and Mark Carter of Wellesley and Christina and Dan Ronan of Winchester.

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From left: Samantha and Mark Carter of Wellesley and Christina and Dan Ronan of Winchester.

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