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Sunday's Applefest features good tastes

Rishav Sarma, 11, and Derrek Long, 12, advertise the breakfast to passing motorists.

Rishav Sarma, 11, and Derrek Long, 12, advertise the breakfast to passing motorists.

Northborough – The town's annual Applefest celebration concluded Sunday, Sept. 22, with a menu of offerings to satisfy various appetites. From 7 to 11 a.m., Boy Scout Troop 1 Trailblazers hosted the Applefest Pancake Breakfast at the American Legion Vincent F. Picard Post 234. Then from 2 to 4 p.m., guests sampled food from several local eateries at the Applefest Taste of Northborough held at Algonquin Regional High School? as a fundraiser for the ARHS Athletic Boosters Club.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Manning the buffet line are (l to r) Johnny Robbins, Thomas Hayden and Sean McKenna, all 14.

Manning the buffet line are (l to r) Johnny Robbins, Thomas Hayden and Sean McKenna, all 14.

Linda Murphy enjoys a hearty breakfast and good company.

Linda Murphy enjoys a hearty breakfast and good company.

Meghan Callaghan, 4, starts with the most important meal of the day.

Meghan Callaghan, 4, starts with the most important meal of the day.

Eli Becker and Zach Zoussef, both 14, serve breakfast guests.

Eli Becker and Zach Zoussef, both 14, serve breakfast guests.

A.J. Mastromarchi, 5, samples apple crisp, pumpkin whoopee pie and a cider donut.

A.J. Mastromarchi, 5, samples apple crisp, pumpkin whoopee pie and a cider donut.

Eileen Cozzolino, co-chair of Algonquin Parent Teacher Organization, serves sweet potato soup from Romaine's Wood Grill and Bar to Michelle Gillespie, chair of Applefest.

Eileen Cozzolino, co-chair of Algonquin Parent Teacher Organization, serves sweet potato soup from Romaine's Wood Grill and Bar to Michelle Gillespie, chair of Applefest.

Gathered at a display of treats are (front) Liam Fitzgerald, 7, (back, l to r) Cam Marcovlier of ARHS junior varsity soccer; Rob Berger, president of ARHS Athletic Boosters Club; Mary Beth Benison, owner of CocoBeni Confections; with soccer players Evangelos Baltas and Gavin Frasier-Felix.

Gathered at a display of treats are (front) Liam Fitzgerald, 7, (back, l to r) Cam Marcovlier of ARHS junior varsity soccer; Rob Berger, president of ARHS Athletic Boosters Club; Mary Beth Benison, owner of CocoBeni Confections; with soccer players Evangelos Baltas and Gavin Frasier-Felix.

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