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Striking a casual pose, Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey took part in a conversation with a group of voters joining her for a backyard barbecue in Ware on July 9.

Called out of reach, Healey incorporates backyard barbecues into her campaign

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / August 13, 2006

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The backyard barbeque was in full swing by the time she arrived. A group of children tossed a pink Frisbee. Under the shade of a yellow and white tent, neighbors pulled bottles of beer and cans of grape soda from ice-filled buckets. The savory smoke of grilling dogs, burgers, and chicken curled in the air. A radio in the kitchen ... (Full article: 1024 words)

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