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W EDITED WEB families july 4th 9

Westborough Little League players Will Schiffman and Chris Martin, both 12, tell Westborough TV viewers that they love their hometown.
Singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" are (l to r) Sarah Connors, Mary Whamond and Pattie Romer, choir members of St. Luke the Evangelist Parish Church.
Guests take a horse-drawn hayride around the neighborhood.
Madison Bromm, 11, and Cecilia Goetz, 10, sport headdresses they purchased at last year's block party.
Elijah Mecenas, 10, sells cold bottled water on behalf of Cub Scout Pack 33.
Cameron Glennon, 4, rides a pony.
Hailey Ancello, 8, is happy to receive a sculpted balloon from children's entertainer Fran Flynn.
Members of the Westborough Community Band play patriotic music.
Rachel Lanczycki, 4, and Ava Lusek, 6, create sand art.
Alex King, 5, shops for souvenirs.
Corissa Soares and her daughter, Cecilia, 1, wait in line for ice cream.
Back by popular band, Marlborough resident Mike Joyal sings lead vocals with the Reminisants.
Lidia Hribar and Dalia Izvolsky dance along with the golden oldies performed by the Reminisants.
Abigail Clarke and Eleanor Sperber, both 3, rush toward the bandstand at the Bay State Green to hear the Milk Street Station Band.
Taking a Roaming Railroad ride around the Bay State Green is the Veiby family: (l to r) Petter, dad; Zachary, 8; Cameron, mom; and Cameron, 5.

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