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Perkins honors Watertown public safety officials

Corinne Grousbeck (left), Lenny Clarke, and Katherine Chapman at the gala.

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Corinne Grousbeck (left), Lenny Clarke, and Katherine Chapman at the gala.

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Perkins School for the Blind held its annual spring fund-raiser this week, and used the opportunity to honor Watertown Police Chief Ed Deveau and Fire Chief Mario Orangio for their efforts in the aftermath of the Marathon bombings. The crowd included gala co-chairs Kevin Bright, the Emmy-winning TV producer and Emerson professor, the Boston Foundation’s Paul Grogan, Perkins Trust chair Corinne Grousbeck and husband, Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck, team co-owner Steve Pagliuca, and Boston boldfacers Tom and Elena Matlack, Joe O’Donnell, Ted and Simone Winston, Tom Stemberg and Katherine Chapman, Sweet owner Courtney Forrester, and actor and comedian Lenny Clarke.

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