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Quarter Century Club annual summer picnic

Enjoying the Quarter Century Club summer picnic held at the Johnson Athletic Center on June 12 are (left to right) Lea Milne, Maureen Aversa, John Milne and Joseph Aversa, all from Lincoln Laboratory.
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Enjoying the Quarter Century Club summer picnic held at the Johnson Athletic Center on June 12 are (left to right) Lea Milne, Maureen Aversa, John Milne and Joseph Aversa, all from Lincoln Laboratory.
Arnold Carter of Facilities (left) and Virgil Foster enjoy themselves at the picnic. The Quarter Century Club is made up of MIT employees with 25 years of more of service.
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Arnold Carter of Facilities (left) and Virgil Foster enjoy themselves at the picnic. The Quarter Century Club is made up of MIT employees with 25 years of more of service.
Bill Kelley of the Media Lab (seated at center) and Albert Taylor of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences share a laugh while Patricia Kelley looks on.
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Bill Kelley of the Media Lab (seated at center) and Albert Taylor of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences share a laugh while Patricia Kelley looks on.
Left to right: Diane Magnuson of MIT Medical, Austin Petzke and Paul Pino of Facilities, George Carney, Robert Norton of Facilities and Norman Magnuson share a table during the picnic.
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Left to right: Diane Magnuson of MIT Medical, Austin Petzke and Paul Pino of Facilities, George Carney, Robert Norton of Facilities and Norman Magnuson share a table during the picnic.

Pictures from the annual Quarter Century Club summer picnic.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on July 18, 2001.

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