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Northborough celebrates Applefest 2008

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Right: Always a parade favorite, members of the Worcester County Shriners make a fun appearance. Right: Always a parade favorite, members of the Worcester County Shriners make a fun appearance. Above: The Algonquin Regional High School Band brings music to Main Street in the Applefest Parade. Above: The Algonquin Regional High School Band brings music to Main Street in the Applefest Parade. Left: After completing the Applefest Road Race, Margorie Rosiello takes the stage and receives applause as the only contender in a new age category: 80+. Left: After completing the Applefest Road Race, Margorie Rosiello takes the stage and receives applause as the only contender in a new age category: 80+. Below: Members of the Algonquin Regional High School girls cross-country team accept the trophy as winners in the girls high school division of the Applefest 5K Road Race. Hopkinton High School won the boys competition. Six high school teams competed. Below: Members of the Algonquin Regional High School girls cross-country team accept the trophy as winners in the girls high school division of the Applefest 5K Road Race. Hopkinton High School won the boys competition. Six high school teams competed. Above: Callie McMahon, 6, gets the chance to pet a goat named Smokey at the Northborough 4-H Club booth at the Applefest Street Fair on Blake Street. Above: Callie McMahon, 6, gets the chance to pet a goat named Smokey at the Northborough 4-H Club booth at the Applefest Street Fair on Blake Street. Above: Nicole Mauro nears the finish line of the 15th annual Applefest 5K Road Race and is named the firstplace winner among the women racers. She finished in 18:30. Above: Nicole Mauro nears the finish line of the 15th annual Applefest 5K Road Race and is named the firstplace winner among the women racers. She finished in 18:30.

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