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It was an emotional day for Elton Rines, 5, and his parents Eric and Kim of Middleton. Kim Rines wept as the marchers waved up at them at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. “I wish we could be down there,’’ Kim Rines said. It was an emotional day for Elton Rines, 5, and his parents Eric and Kim of Middleton. Kim Rines wept as the marchers waved up at them at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. “I wish we could be down there,’’ Kim Rines said. (Suzanne Kreiter/ Globe Staff)
By Emma R. Stickgold
Globe Correspondent / September 14, 2009

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Kim Rines stood looking out over a sea of reds, yellows, greens, and light blues yesterday, and wiped tears from her eyes. Behind her, her son Elton, 5, sat in a red wagon, with a sign that read “Thank you.’’ (Full article: 571 words)

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