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Images From One Boston Day 2016

One Boston Day was celebrated throughout the city on Friday, April 15.

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Scott Wholley
The wreath lays outside the Forum Restaurant.
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The only handmade poster on Boylston Street shows Henry Richard, brother of Martin Richard, the youngest marathon bombing victim, running.
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The wreath laying ceremony outside the former Forum Restaurant.
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The Richard family attends the memorial. Jane Richard is in the red coat. She lost her leg during the bombings.
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The wreath lays outside the former Forum Restaurant.
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Martin Richard created a sign before the bombings occurred that said "No more hurting people. Peace."
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Flowers outside the Forum Restaurant.
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The Gillian Reny Stepping Strong fund is sponsoring a blood drive on Boylston Street for One Boston Day. Gillian Reny was critically wounded during the bombings.
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Aerial photo of the Boston Marathon Finish Line.
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Governor Baker and Krystle Campbell's father lay down the wreath in front of Marathon Sports where the second bomb went off. Krystle lost her life during the bombings.
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Plantings in Peabody Square, Dorchester. Marking the marathon bombings with service to others.
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Preparations in Peabody Square, Dorchester, to mark Boston Marathon bombings. Martin Richard's neighborhood.
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Alysha Palumbo
Bombing victim Martin Richard's family shaking hands with Boston Firefighters from Engine 33/Ladder 15.
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John Moroney
Mayor Walsh attends the Dorchester event.
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Here are the Richards.
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