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The Wiener Wednesday gang joined The Triton for our networking and school supply-raising event at Ft. Lauderdale beach last night. More than 150 people gathered to reconnect, sample eight delicious hot dog toppings and make a difference in children’s lives. The back of Triton Publisher Lucy Reed’s Fiat was filled with pens, notebooks, markers and more for middle and high school kids getting ready to start school in a couple weeks. IGY Marinas sponsored the event and has donated 75 backpacks for the cause. Thank you to everyone who attended and contributed. Supplies are still being accepted through Fri., Aug. 12 at The Triton offices, upstairs at 1043 S.E. 17th St. (behind Waxy’s Irish Pub). PHOTOS/TOM SERIO

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