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Published: Thursday, May 16, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

A break in the action

  • Nick Adams / The Herald

  • Jeremy Jr., 4, (center), screams for his father, Jeremy Wyatts, to push the merry-go-round faster while holding on with his brother Jayden, 8, at Clar...

    Nick Adams / The Herald

    Jeremy Jr., 4, (center), screams for his father, Jeremy Wyatts, to push the merry-go-round faster while holding on with his brother Jayden, 8, at Clark Park on Wednesday.
Jeremy Jr. Wyatts, 4, (left), asks his father, Jeremy, for more ketchup while eating lunch with his brother, Jayden, 8, at Everett's Clark Park on Wednesday.


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