A look at out communities through photos.

Tri-Town Weekly publisher Lee Hews, right, greets Melanie Sachs, executive director of Freeport Community Services, during the Best of Best celebration held June 10 at Freeport Grill Restaurant and Pub. A big crowd showed up for the event, sponsored by the Tri-Town Weekly and the Greater Freeport Chamber of Commerce, recognizing favorite stores, services and restaurants in the area, as voted by readers. Hews gave certificates to all the winners. Durham Get & Go took third place among the many candidates for top grocery store in the Best of Best contest. Enjoying the celebration are, from left, store clerk Karen Howard, manager Sonya Caron and office manager Janet Bowie. Caleb Stephens, financial adviser for Edward Jones and a Greater Freeport Chamber of Commerce board member, introduces his wife, Kerry-Ann, center, to Melanie Sachs, executive director of Freeport Community Services, during the Best of Best gala. Owners and employees of 58 categories of companies received certificates at the event, sponsored by Tri-Town Weekly and the chamber. Stephens won first place in the category of financial planner/adviser, while Freeport Community Services won first-place awards as a nonprofit and for its Thrift Shop (consignment/second-hand shop). Three organizations served snacks and beverages outside the polling place at Freeport High School on June 10. From left are Janice Fogg of First Parish Church, Lucille Jordan of American Legion Post 83 Auxiliary, and Moe Fogg of American Legion Post 83. 


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