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Party Lines: Unlocking the Doors

From left: Spenser Rositano, Ian White, and Steele Divitto, all from Chestnut Hill.

From left: Spenser Rositano, Ian White, and Steele Divitto, all from Chestnut Hill.

More than 350 guests recently attended Unlocking the Doors, a benefit for JB’s Keys to DMD.

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The event, held in the Wharf Room at the Boston Harbor Hotel, raised money for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy awareness, quality care, treatments, and research.

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