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Monday June 18, 2018 (5 months ago)


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Now in its sixth year, the Lazy Lobster Race continues to draw athletes of all abilities from across the region and country to Wareham. “It’s the start of the tourist season right now. We have people coming here from Missouri and Alabama,” said Jose Nogueras, one of the race’s organizers. “We chose this spot because the area is growing and we want the race to grow with it.” Held in Wareham Crossing, the race ...

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