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Published: Sunday, March 3, 2013, 10:30 p.m.

Wheels start turning at The Garage

  • Genna Martin / The Herald

  • Genna Martin / The Herald
More than 100 skaters came out Saturday for opening day of The Garage indoor skate park on Rucker Avenue.
    Genna Martin / The Herald More than 100 skaters came out Saturday for opening day of The Garage indoor skate park on Rucker Avenue.
Mark Jackson and Nerek Jackson, 5, hang out Saturday on the opening day of The Garage, a new indoor skate park on Rucker Avenue in Everett.
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