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Family, friends finally find a place for Jack’s Place

Kate Falvo, center, and Jack Falvo II, right, mark the start of work Wednesday on Jack's Place, named in honor of their son, Jack Falvo III, who died at age 21 in 2005.
Photographer: Rebecca Isenhart
Kate Falvo, center, and Jack Falvo II, right, mark the start of work Wednesday on Jack's Place, named in honor of their son, Jack Falvo III, who died at age 21 in 2005.
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The scene at 17 Rosa Road on Wednesday afternoon looked and felt like a family reunion. Hugs and double-cheek kisses flowed freely, cookies sat neatly arranged on a nearby picnic table, and no doubt more than a few sweet memories were revisited. But at the center of the gathering was a pile of dirt from which 10 gold shovels protruded. It was a sign of an exciting new step in a long-discussed community project, but ...


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