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Sarah Nixon shares a moment with President Obama in Martha's VineyardObamas End Their Summer Vacation
August 31, 2010

President Obama and his family ended their vacation on the Vineyard Sunday just as they had begun it 10 days earlier � quietly and without fanfare.

Marine One departed the Martha�s Vineyard Airport just before 10 a.m. in clear blue skies and warm sunshine. The departure kicked off a full day of travel for the first family, who landed at the Cape Cod Air Station in Bourne shortly after leaving the Vineyard. There they boarded Air Force One for a flight to New Orleans, where Mr. Obama delivered an address to mark the
fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

Sarah Nixon shares a moment
with President Obama

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Gone Fishin'

Veterans Enjoy Derby Battle With Fish
Sept. 24, 2010

VeteransRahul Harpalani caught his first fish ever, a striped bass, on Tuesday. The 24-year-old active duty first lieutenant with the Army had a smile on his face like no one else on Menemsha charter captain Scott McDowell�s boat. Out fishing a mile south of Squibnocket, Mr. Harpalani was having the time of his life. �It is so serene out here,� he said.

�Now you are a fisherman,� said Joe Bennett, a 70-year-old veteran from Maine, who sat beside him

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