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KEVIN GUTTING Ainsley Southergill, center, 4, of South Deerfield watches her sister Eleanor, 2, touch a bearded dragon named "Puff" held by Ben Stafford of the Zoo at Forest Park in Springfield during a "Zoo on the Go" program at the Sunderland Public Library on Friday. The two were attending the hour-long educational outreach event with their grandmother Nancy Alan, behind them, and their mother, Meredith Southergill (not pictured). "Puff" was one of eight different creatures that made the journey from Springfield for the event. Purchase photo reprints »
DAN LITTLE Chloe Cardoso, 5, right, and her sister Liana Cordose, 3, bottom, both of Florence, tell Santa what they want for Christmas after the annual Florence Christmas parade Saturday morning. Purchase photo reprints »
DAN LITTLE Blue Marble employee Ciara Kay, right, rings up a figurine for Cate Damon, left, and her daughter Molly Damon-Rush, 13, for Small Business Saturday at Thornes Marketplace in Northampton. Purchase photo reprints »
JERREY ROBERTS Rebecca Sadlowski loads winter squash into a vegetable display stand Tuesday at Rooted Acres on Chmura Road in Hadley. She said she is anticipating some pre-Thanksgiving Day sales. Purchase photo reprints »
CAROL LOLLIS Donna Hancock, accompanied by Jerry Weinstein on piano, sings during the free lunch at the Bangs Community Center in Amherst. The meal, provided by Highland Valley Elder Service is served Monday through Friday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Purchase photo reprints »
KEVIN GUTTING Glass blower Laurie Herrick of Holyoke helps Gregory Drew of Springfield add some color to his work in progress during a "Blow-Your-Own Glass Ornament" session at Snow Farm in Williamsburg. The event continues Saturday and Sunday, November 28 - 29. Purchase photo reprints »
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