ESSEX — The fifth annual Essex Youth Triathlon kicks off Saturday, Aug. 3, at 9:30 a.m. in Essex. Youth of all abilities, ages 5 to 15, are invited to swim in Chebacco Lake, and run and bike in Centennial Grove. Volunteers and donations needed. $25 per child, $50 maximum per family. For more information, call sponsoring Essex Board of Health at 978-768-7614. Or visit www.visitessexma.com/essex_ma_pg/essex_events.html
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