With enough children for five baseball teams, plus a couple extra, the students in Susan Skolski's and Jennifer Morse's kindergarten classes celebrated what they thought would be Opening Day at Fenway Park on Monday with a special lunch and a Red Sox parade. The rain that canceled Monday's Red Sox home opener had no effect on the celebration at Sacred Hearts School, however, which went of without a hitch. The 47 students in the two classes donned their Red Sox gear, drew posters and pennants, and marched around the school grounds to show their pride in the two-time world champions.
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Sun City Center - May was born in Haverhill, on May 17, 1942, the daughter of the late Wilfred and Mary A. (Curtin) Lapierre. She married Charles E. Gates, also of Haverhill, and settled down in the Crystal Lake area to raise their four children. May and Charlie enjoyed spending time with th…
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