QUINCY — The City of Quincy celebrated Flag Day with a colorful parade and a seemingly endless display of the red, white and blue. The annual celebration was started by Quincy Mayor Tom Koch’s father, Richard, 70 years ago and has been the official start to the Summer season in that city. Quincy resident and superfan Uncle Sam Rounseville served as the parade’s Grand Marshal. All photos by Bill Brett

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HIMGHAM — The 18th annual IMPACT Melanoma golf tournament and auction, which was held at the Black Rock Country Club in Hingham, raised more than $175,000 for skin cancer awareness and research. Among the many highlights was MLB pitcher Mike Trombley speaking about his vigilance about exposure to the sun after being diagnosed with melanoma. All photos by Bill Brett

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HINGHAM — It was a prom with a promanade of well-dressed members of the Hingham High School Class of 2021 taken at Hingham Harbor before they headed off to the Granite Links Country Club for the prom events on June 8, 2021. The event was organized by a parents group after so many annual events and celebrations were cancelled because of the Covid-19 restrictions. For more on the back story, see this story in the…

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QUINCY — As part of a hybrid event that raised more than $500,000 the Cardinal Cushing Centers hosted guests at the Neighborhood Clubhouse in Quincy, where they honored CPA Dolly Di Pesa, who received the Franciscan Leadership Award, and Jean and Fred Raymond, who were given the Richard Cardinal Cushing Award. Jim Fagan served as they night’s emcee. All photos by Bill Brett

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