Indian Brook student plays his part at Fenway opening

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t;Photo courtesy Plymouth Public Schools</span></p>

<p><span style=3D”font-family: georgia, palatino;”>Colin Clancy=

, a fourth grader at Indian Brook Elementary School, was chosen by Children=

&#39;s Hospital to bring the baseball out to Jason Varitek for the firs=

t pitch on opening day at Fenway Park.</span></p>

<p dir=3D”ltr”>Colin was a recipient of Children&#39;s Hospital&a=

mp;#39;s care when he was younger and his family is still actively involved=

in fundraising events for the hospital. To make this day even more memorab=

le Colin was surprised at Fenway by his teacher, Nancy Franks, who took a p=

ersonal day to attend.</p>

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