East Chop Town Column: August 25
Rick Herrick

This will be my last column. After 11 years of writing the East Chop column, I am running out of people to profile and things to say.

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East Chop Town Column: August 18
Rick Herrick
I ran into Ben Cornell at his parents’ 60th birthday party. The last time I had seen him was at his wedding to Adriana three years ago. I learned that a lot of amazing things have been going on in their lives. Eighteen months ago they moved to Karen, Kenya, a suburb of the capitol city of Nairobi.
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East Chop Column: August 11
Rick Herrick
The sailing program at the yacht club is thriving with four instructors, 75 students, and 26 training boats, but it wasn’t always that way.
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East Chop Town Column: August 4
Rick Herrick
She first won the July women’s singles tournament in 1953. She has won it five additional times until last Sunday.
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East Chop Column: July 28
Rick Herrick

When I was a university professor, I often taught a new course because I wanted to learn more about a subject. In this spirit, I will focus this column on Baptist Temple Park.

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East Chop Town Column: July 21
Rick Herrick

The Pan-Mass Challenge is the most successful athletic fundraising event in the nation.

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East Chop Town Column: June 30
Rick Herrick

On Thursday, July 6 at 5:30 pm, East Chop will gather at the beach club to celebrate the life of Scott Brooks. All are welcome. Scott died peacefully at his home in Stowe, Vt. on Feb. 14 with all of his family there. Scott was 77.

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