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Springs Fisherman’s Fair Introduces Its First Clam-Shucking Contest

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authorStaff Writer on Aug 12, 2019
“Do I get to eat ’em?” Meredith O’Leary called out after being announced the winner of the East Hampton Sportsmen’s Alliance first-ever clam shucking contest, which took place on Saturday... more

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