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Bob Wahlberg helps with cleanup in Dorchester

From left: Bob Wahlberg, Sandra Lopez Burke, executive director of City Year, Mayor Marty Walsh, Tim Murnane, Comcast vice president.

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From left: Bob Wahlberg, Sandra Lopez Burke, executive director of City Year, Mayor Marty Walsh, Tim Murnane, Comcast vice president.

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Actor Bob Wahlberg, whose brother James just ran the Boston Marathon to support the Boys & Girls Club of Dorchester, helped the organization in his own way on Saturday by pitching in at a cleanup around the Colonel Daniel Marr Boys & Girls Clubhouse. The Comcast Cares Day event had volunteers from organizations such as City Year, Quincy Asian Resources, and Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center tidying up the playground, painting murals, and landscaping. Wahlberg appears in the locally shot Denzel Washington movie “The Equalizer,” which comes out later this year.

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