Lucy, a well mannered 3-year-old Golden Retriever, didn’t want any treats, didn’t want to share a burger or munch on fallen French fries; she wanted to have her chest rubbed by Bobby Caron on Saturday at Q on Bay. Caron and wife Teresa stopped by the popular eatery to have an outdoor lunch and Lucy just rolled over. Photos by Bob Sofaly.


Matilda Hacker, 6, contemplates her next move while playing chess with Fred Ryan on Saturday at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Matilda and Ryan took advantage of perfect Spring weather to play chess with the Beaufort Chess Club, which offers chess “meet ups” the first and third Saturday of each month, weather permitting, according to Correy Burton, Chess Club President. “We offer chess board, pieces and clocks to anyone who wants to come out and play chess. And it’s all free of charge,” he said while a small group of chess players took advantage and made some new friends.
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