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Collin Kelly (left), 9, expects to put flowers on veterans' graves in Edgell Grove Cemetery. The flowers will remain through Memorial Day, the cemetery trustees decided, although they had first balked at the boy's patriotic offer.

For 9-year-old, patriotism flowers

Cemetery lets boy honor veterans

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / May 27, 2005

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FRAMINGHAM -- It was a natural gesture for a patriotic boy like Collin Kelly. The freckle-faced 9-year-old, who makes a point to shake soldiers' hands and stands for the national anthem wherever he is, wanted to plant flowers at veterans' graves in Edgell Grove Cemetery in Framingham last week. (Full article: 790 words)

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