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Skip Flanders, Chair of the Program Committee, and Cheryl Casey, President of the Waterbury Historical Society opened the afternoon event with a warm welcome and a few announcements to a crowd of about 80 people.  "Iron Sights", a rock band which is part of the 40th Army Band preformed for a hour on a very hot and humid day.

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The crown sought out shade wherever the could find it

The Bordeaux family who came to watch and support James Bordeaux who is the drummer in the Iron Sights Band.  Jame's grandmother is Betty Bordeaux, a member of the Society.

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James, his  father and  two children, all of whom are drummers.

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At the end of the program everyone shared in a cup of Cookie Dough or Cherry Garcia graciously donated by Ben & Jerrys. 

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