Movie Night, Grom-o-rama marks the end of summer

Beach Blanket Movie Night was the perfect way to say aloha to summer vacation Aug. 23. Hundreds of residents filled Fletcher Cove Park for an evening of picnic dinners and surf flicks on the big screen. The first annual Grom-o-rama surf contest was a big hit earlier that morning. More than 50 local youth showed off their skills in the friendly competition.

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