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Celebrating 25 years of Steppin’ Out

From left: Danielle and Roy Green with Charlene and Jonathan Talley at the Westin Copley Place.

Bill Brett for the Boston Globe

From left: Danielle and Roy Green with Charlene and Jonathan Talley at the Westin Copley Place.

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Singer Gladys Knight headlined this weekend’s 25th anniversary of Steppin’ Out, the annual fund-raiser for the Dimock Center. And by all accounts, the black-tie bash at the Westin Copley Place was a rousing good time.

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