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Lindsey Palatino

Lindsey Palatino

Multimedia intern, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

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Lindsey took these photographs while attending Winterfest at the Blue Hills Ski Area in Canton on Jan. 16, 2010. Click here for more information about the Blue Hills Ski Area. Click here for more information about the Blue Hills Reservation.

Skier at Blue Hills

RJ Kirby (24) of Marshfield, Massachusetts skis off a jump at the the Blue Hills Ski Area. Kirby was one of the hundreds of skiers who attended the Winterfest, which featured music, skiing and a winter barbque. “It doesn’t get much better than having a warm day, soft snow and sunny skies,” said Kirby.

Blue Hills brewers

Peter Augis (left), owner and founder of the Blue Hills Brewery in Canton, talks with a coworker at the Winterfest event.

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