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National Park Service member Jim Roberts (right) bowed his head in prayer during a ceremony at John F. Kennedy's birthplace in Brookline.
People gathered outside the house on Beals Street for a ceremony to honor the slain president.
Rabbi William Hamilton of Congregation Kehillath Israel offered the service's benediction.
Supervisory Park Ranger Alan Banks placed a wreath for Kennedy during Sunday's ceremony.
A woman held a rose as she read a program.
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