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From Route 128 South:Exit 22E on to Route 62 East. Go through the set of lights and follow Rt. 62 past the Danversport Yacht club on the right. At the fork in the road , pass gas station and bear left. At Stop and shop Plaza on Right you will see the main entrance to the cummings center on the left. From Route 128 North: Take exit 20B to merge onto 1AS/Dodge St toward Beverly. Continue on 1A; come to set of lights (N. Beverly Fire Station on right and Henry's market will be in front of you). Bear left onto Cabot St. pass Shore Country Day school on left. Turn right onto Balch St. Historical Balch House on corner. Cummings Ctr. entrance will be on left. Continue to Building 100. Enter building at door 150J

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“Did you get a bell?” “Here’s a Santa.” Whether I’ve been 8 or 28, decorating Christmas cutout cookies has always been one of my favorite holiday traditions. My cousin, brother, sister and I sit around the kitchen table in front of our individual sheets of wax paper and wait patiently, while my mom frosts the […]

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