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Spike Lobdell, left, the president of New England Science and Sailing in Stonington Borough, Drew Bledsoe, center, former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of Doubleback Vineyards, and Greg Harrington, founder of Gramercy Cellars, tour the NESS center March 20 before a NESS wine-tasting fundraiser that evening at the Ocean House in Watch Hill. | Jill Connor / The Press
Spike Lobdell, the president of the New England Science and Sailing center, Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, and former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe tour the New England Science and Sailing center in Stonington Borough on Thursday. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe signs a football for an employee at the New England Sailing and Science center while he and Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, tour the NESS on Thursday. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe shakes hands with Mistral Dodson, a program director at the New England Science and Sailing center. Bledsoe and Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, tour NESS before their heading to the fund raiser on Thursday. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Spike Lobdell, the president of the New England Science and Sailing center, former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe, Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, tour the New England Science and Sailing center in Stonington Borough on Thursday. The guests take a look at the touch tank at NESS in the activity room. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe points to a creature in the touch tank during his tour on Thursday. Bledsoe with Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, toured the New England Science and Sailing center in Stonington Borough. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, take a closer look at a sea creature with Cindy Nickerson, the executive director, during their tour the New England Science and Sailing center in Stonington Borough on Thursday. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, take a look at the site map of the local area during their tour the New England Science and Sailing center in Stonington Borough on Thursday. Their winery along with Doubleback will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, Spike Lobdell, president of the New England Science and Sailing Center, and former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe, tour NESS on Thursday. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun Former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe, Spike Lobdell, president of the New England Science and Sailing Center, and Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, tour NESS on Thursday. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun

Bledsoe tours NESS


Former NFL New England Patriots quarterback and owner of the Doubleback vineyards Drew Bledsoe and Pam and Greg Harrington, founders of Gramercy Cellars, tour the New England Science and Sailing center in Stonington Borough on Thursday. The two wineries will be featured at a five-course meal and wine tasting fund raiser for NESS at the Ocean House on Thursday evening. Jill Connor / The Westerly Sun



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