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Buck Rowe’s special recipe

Kate and Sam Cole of Gloucester, at right in top photo, stopped by Buck’s Store Museum in Bena on Saturday to pick up an order of barbecue from the Guinea Heritage Association, which was selling the late Buck Rowe’s special recipe as a fundraiser. They were greeted by the association’s newly-elected officers, from left, GHA president Leslie Belvin, treasurer Rupert Thomas, vice president Rose Marie Smith and secretary Sharon Zuber. The organization sold over 100 pounds of the barbecue, a perennial Guinea favorite. At left, the Coles, at left and right, hear about the “Margaret A. Travers,” a schooner built in 1901 in Salisbury, Maryland, from Hamilton Williams, and represented by this scale model, which was built in 1918. The museum also has a scale model of “The Mobjack,” a Guinea-based Chesapeake Bay buyboat built in the 1940s.


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