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Georgetown is located 35 miles north of the City of Boston. It is in Essex County and has a number of historical seventeenth century neighbors. Unlike its neighbors, Georgetown has its own K-12 public school system, and is the home of "Erie Four," the oldest still operating privately owned fire company in the United States, funded primarily by donations. These are some of its citizens' stories:
A Thanksgiving Thought on North Street;
Fast Away the Old Year Passes;
Beyond Old Windows, In Honor of our Elders;
The Growing Season: a Small Town's Sports Culture;
The Colors Unfurl: A Patriotic Tribute;
Theo's ... A Small Town Spot;
He Called it Fifty-six;
Recognizing a Gift: In Memory of Patch;
Warm Hearts, Willing Hands;
Georgetown Today and Tomorrow.

Published: Terry Crawford Palardy on
ISBN: 9781301440351
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