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Midtown residents make connections count

Original post made on Mar 18, 2016

When Cynthia Tham picked up her daughter from El Carmelo Elementary School on a recent weekday afternoon, her return home was anything but quick. Between stopping at the school library to chat with a teacher and taking a detour to a neighbor's house to coordinate a play date, her stroll became lengthy as she caught up with friends and neighbors.

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