Carolyn Harlow was born and raised in High Point, N.C., but lived in Hingham for many years, losing most of her southern drawl. But it sometimes would sneak in, said one of her friends, Susan Hagstrom.
“Every now and then,” Hagstrom said. “A ‘y’all’ would creep into a conversation.”
More than 30 people, many being friends in that ‘y’all’ collective, will take to the streets as “Heels for Harlow” Sept. 8 in the 25th annual Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk, trekking from Babson College to Boston to raise money for cancer research. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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