Lobster Fest - More Than Just Good Food

BEVERLY, Mass. Aug. 7, 2017

 

Beverly is an incredible city with amazing people, and a small town community feel that was never so apparent to us as it was at the Lobster Fest last week. We spent the morning meeting community members who had stories to share about Project Adventure from decades ago. Who knew I would meet someone who worked in Salem, knew Karl Rhonke and was trained by him? We started as strangers, but after the end of our five-minute conversation, it’s like we knew each other for years, and Project Adventure was a giant family to which we belonged.

 

But it wasn’t just the historic conversations that excited us; it was also the kids who came up to us and played 20 questions until they recalled every minute of their time spent with us through their school. Their energy and desire to be given a puzzle to work through were great to see and the all too familiar, “hold on, mom! I need to get out of the maze. I’m almost there,” was heard as kids from three years old to 13 years old struggled to crack Josie’s code.

 

Every single one of their stories was magical, and they reminded us of the fun we have, the good we do, and the great people we interact with every single day. We love your stories, we love being part of your memories, but more importantly, we love being part of your community. We are fortunate to call Beverly our home and look forward to more time spent with the people who have helped to make it what it is today.

 

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