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Hundreds at old-fashioned clambake

SALISBURY — If you were feeling peckish Saturday, July 30, then Satre Hill was a good place to be.The attendees at the annual Jane Lloyd Fund clambake went through 13 bushels of clams, more than 300 lobsters, 300 ears of corn, 150 pounds of potatoes and 25 bags of seaweed (used on the fire), according to Tanya Tedder.Advance tickets sold out, 250 at $50 apiece.And with the walkup crowd, Tedder estimated total attendance at between 300 and 400 people.“It was a good day, very successful,” she added. “It was the community coming together to continue Jane’s legacy.”The Jane Lloyd Fund was founded by the Lloyd family after her eight-year battle with cancer.The fund was established at the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation to benefit cancer patients and their families with financial help in the Connecticut towns of North Canaan, Cornwall, Falls Village, Kent, Salisbury and Sharon.

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