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130613_GT_BIZ_GORTONS [Duplicate]

A group of employees from Gorton's in Gloucester recently volunteered their time to do yardwork at a Northeast Arc residence in Beverly. The team spent several hours raking, trimming bushes and doing general spring clean-up outside the house at the corner of Newbury and Essex streets, which is home to four individuals served by the Arc. Pictured, from left, is Alina Goczol, Jessica Lee, Richard Pinegar, Nicole Black, Alyssa Servantes and Nicole's daughter, Kelsey. Courtesy photo.

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