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Residents honored at Fifer’s Day

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Two residents were honored at the town’s annual Fifer’s Day celebration for their dedication to the community. Buzz Tremblay received the Golden Fife Award, while Mary Pavlik served as the parade marshal. Tremblay has volunteered in town for more than 26 years and is best known for his work on the Recreation Commission. He had a hand in designing and managing WinterFest, the Youth Winter Program, and the day camp at Flerra Field. Pavlik recently retired after 20 years as a teacher at Blanchard Memorial School. She also served on the Town Center Committee, is involved with the Grange Fair, and is active in her church.

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