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Lindsey Palatino

Lindsey Palatino

Multimedia intern, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

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Lindsey took these photographs during an ice fishing derby on the Connecticut River at the Easthampton Rod & Gun Club in Easthampton on Jan. 24, 2010.

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January 24, 2010 -- Dan Latour (left) and Todd Fondakowski (right) organized an ice fishing derby at the Easthampton Rod and Gun Club to benefit the victims of recent fires in nearby Northampton. The derby raised more than $4,000. 
Jon Plassmann, a Massachusetts Environmental Police officer, pose with his wife for a portrait the derby.

 Dan Latour (left) and Todd Fondakowski (right) organized an ice fishing derby at the Easthampton Rod and Gun Club to benefit the victims of recent fires in nearby Northampton. The derby raised more than $4,000. (top photo).

Dan Latour (left) and Todd Fondakowski organized an ice fishing derby at the Easthampton Rod and Gun Club to benefit the victims of recent fires in nearby Northampton.

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