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(Telegraph Photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Front Door Agency Board Chair Meagan Pollack greets attendees at Sunday’s 34th Annual Food Festival and Auction, held in person at the Nashua Country Club for the first time in three years.

(Telegraph Photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Jean Barrett, left, and Sandy DeSharnais study several of the dozens of silent auction items while deciding which ones to bid at the agency’s 34th annual Front Door & Auction Sunday festival at the Nashua Country Club .

(Telegraph Photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Auctioneer John Terrio, who has run live auctions at the Front Door agency’s annual festival and auction for several years, mixes a little humor with the auction as Front Door CEO Maryse Wirbal follows the offers at the 34th annual event on Sunday at Nashua Country Club.

(Telegraphic Photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Robert and Heidi Odierna, among the sponsors of this year’s Front Door Agency Gourmet Festival & Auction, chat with one of the Nashua Country Club chefs during the festival and silent auction on Sunday evening.

(Telegraph Photo by DEAN SHALHOUP) Kendra Smith, owner of Nashua-based Soel Sistas catering and meal prep, chats with a visitor at her table during the Front Door agency’s Gourmey Festival and Auction Sunday. Smith and his team were among 18 Greater Nashua vendors who participated in this year’s 34th annual event.

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