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Holiday party with Jerry’s Marine Service

Customers and staff of Jerry’s Marine Service in Ft. Lauderdale gathered last week for a festive luncheon of deep fried turkey, roasted pork, and all the fixins. Jerry’s has been hosting this Customer Appreciation lunch for more than 15 years and usually hosts more than 250 guests. This year, the company extended the invitation to fellow members of the Marine Industries Association of South Florida and expected to greet about 400 guests. Happy holidays to one and all. PHOTOS/LUCY REED

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