Dartmouth Fire District 2 held its annual clambake on Sept. 25 as 200 packed the Russell Mills Village fire station for the longtime tradition.
The meal featured heaps of clams, along with corn, sweet potatoes, fish, sausage, and linguica — all staples of the annual lunch which dates back to the 1960s.
Crews arrived between 6 and 7 a.m. to prepare for the clambake, although interim chief Greg Edgcomb opted to show his leadership by getting to the station at 5:30.
“I drove by just after six and saw Greg in the corner,” said Prudential Committee Member Ralph Medeiros. “They were all here early.” Read More…