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Behind the scenes at the Deerfield Fair

Mornings come early to farmers showing livestock at the annual Deerfield Fair, New England's oldest family fair and an event that this year celebrated its 140th anniversary. The four-day fair draws a number of Concord High School students, including some who work for their family farms or help staff concession booths that keep thousands of visitors fed from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. three days out of f…

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Yelena Beausoleil

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