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  • "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds. 

(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • The extended family of Pedro and Kelly Godoi--far right on the couch and on the floor--react to a non-call of a foul during the blowout World Cup in the first half while watching at their home in Loudon. Ronaldo Cabraz, 12, yells in front as the rest of the family show a collection of reactions as a Brazilian play was knocked down and there was no-call.
 Godoi is the owner of the Red Blazer in Concord. 


(GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)

    The extended family of Pedro and Kelly Godoi--far right on the couch and on the floor--react to a non-call of a foul during the blowout World Cup in the first half while watching at their home in Loudon. Ronaldo Cabraz, 12, yells in front as the rest of the family show a collection of reactions as a Brazilian play was knocked down and there was no-call. Godoi is the owner of the Red Blazer in Concord. (GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff)

  • Mike Parsons splashes around with his daughters Kate, 1, (left) and Amelia, 3, while hanging out at Kimball Pond on Tuesday evening, July 8, 2014 in Hopkinton. 

(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Mike Parsons splashes around with his daughters Kate, 1, (left) and Amelia, 3, while hanging out at Kimball Pond on Tuesday evening, July 8, 2014 in Hopkinton. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • The Huff family of Hopkinton enjoys watermelon slices while lounging on the lawn at Concord's Independence Day festivities at Memorial Field in Concord on Saturday, July 5, 2014. 

(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    The Huff family of Hopkinton enjoys watermelon slices while lounging on the lawn at Concord's Independence Day festivities at Memorial Field in Concord on Saturday, July 5, 2014. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • George Delorery, Korean War veteran, looks down at his medals that he received from the South Korean government recently.

    George Delorery, Korean War veteran, looks down at his medals that he received from the South Korean government recently.

  • The Canterbury Morris dancers practice a routine at the Canterbury Parish House on Thursday, July 3, 2014. "Its a family thing," said Polly Camire, who leads the practice and has been part of the group since she was 7 years old. "It also adds to that whole social capital thing. I'm happy that this is a tradition I get to help continue as an adult." Started over 35 years ago, the team is one of the oldest and largest Morris teams from a single town. They are performing today at the Canterbury Fourth of July festivities in the town's center, as well as at the Canterbury Fair at the end of the month. 

(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    The Canterbury Morris dancers practice a routine at the Canterbury Parish House on Thursday, July 3, 2014. "Its a family thing," said Polly Camire, who leads the practice and has been part of the group since she was 7 years old. "It also adds to that whole social capital thing. I'm happy that this is a tradition I get to help continue as an adult." Started over 35 years ago, the team is one of the oldest and largest Morris teams from a single town. They are performing today at the Canterbury Fourth of July festivities in the town's center, as well as at the Canterbury Fair at the end of the month. (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

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