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Editor's Corner

Despite a wet field, the sun was shining on May 17th for Medway’s 20th Pride Day Celebration. Steady rain that lasted until the morning of the event threatened to cancel the event, but blue skies triumphed, and the event was moved to the front parking lot of the Medway Middle School. The move curtailed some of the stage acts and activities, but overall, the day was fun for all, and the event was more visible to Holliston Street travelers than ever.
Here are a few glimpses of the day.

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