Michele McPhee Book Signing {Cameron’s on the Green}

We were honored to have been asked to photograph a fundraiser for our town’s state representative, Geoff Diehl, held last night at Cameron’s on the Green in East Bridgewater.

The night was off to a great start with a packed house, as Geoff thanked all the attendees, he mentioned he was happy to see so many familiar faces but he was also humbled by all the new faces he saw who came out to support him.

Whitman/Abington/East Bridgewater state representative Geoff Diehl mingles with his supporters and discusses the issues facing the voters.

Every fundraiser has a draw, and this night was no exception. WRKO morning host, award-winning journalist and best-selling author Michele McPhee came down to the South Shore to speak on Geoff’s behalf. She had the crowd’s full attention as she spoke about some of the current events going on in Massachusetts, pointing out that you can’t be afraid to fight the good fight. Her memorable quote of the night, borrowed from Tip O’Neill, was “All politics is local”, especially thanking Geoff Diehl and some other local politicians¬†in attendence for helping to bring balance back to the state house.

Best selling author Michele McPhee, co host of Feinburg & McPhee on WRKO, speaks to a packed house, supporting local state rep Geoff Diehl.

After addressing the crowd, Michele took photos with guests and signed her books, and all the time discussing the issues that affect all of us on a day-to-day basis.

Michele McPhee poses with a fan and his newly signed book, “A Date With Death”.

Michele McPhee poses with State Rep Geoff Diehl and former Navy Seal Anthony O’Brien, currently running for Register of Deeds in Plymouth County.

Michele McPhee and the young, up and coming Myles Heger at Cameron’s on the Green.

A great time was had by all, with supporters showing up and packing the house from start to finish. The night finished off with a silent auction that saw many of the supporters going home with great prizes.

Whitman selectman Brian Bezanson trades in his winning ticket and Geoff Diehl hands him the shirt he won.

A handmade “elephant” hat was possibly the most sought after silent auction offering of the night.

State Rep Geoff Diehl was happy to offer an adorable handmade elephant hat in the silent auction.

A big thanks to State Rep Geoff Diehl and author Michele McPhee for asking us to photograph this very important event.