COOKING OUT ALONG THE COAST


About 250 residents attended the community cookout Aug. 17 at the Fort Getty pavilion sponsored by the department of senior services. The menu consisted of barbecue ribs and chicken, macaroni and cheese, cornbread, baked beans and coleslaw. Photos by Andrea von Hohenleiten

About 250 residents attended the community cookout Aug. 17 at the Fort Getty pavilion sponsored by the department of senior services. The menu consisted of barbecue ribs and chicken, macaroni and cheese, cornbread, baked beans and coleslaw. PHOTOS BY ANDREA VON HOHENLEITEN

Lynda Sutton, co-manager of the Jamestown Community Farm, describes the nonprofit organization’s “One Chance” campaign to purchase the development rights of the 17-acre property. Ray DeFalco, director of parks and recreation, adjusts the microphone stand.

Lynda Sutton, co-manager of the Jamestown Community Farm, describes the nonprofit organization’s “One Chance” campaign to purchase the development rights of the 17-acre property. Ray DeFalco, director of parks and recreation, adjusts the microphone stand.

Jim Campagnone, left, and Don Richardson.

Jim Campagnone, left, and Don Richardson.

Ann Gagnon, left, and Police Chief Ed Mello.

Ann Gagnon, left, and Police Chief Ed Mello.

Milt Javery entertains the crowd with his guitar.

Milt Javery entertains the crowd with his guitar.

Town Administrator Jamie Hainsworth serves a guest a piece of barbecue chicken.

Town Administrator Jamie Hainsworth serves a guest a piece of barbecue chicken.