NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. — "I hope they don't die overnight!" came the remark from the Northborough 4-H table.
The club had set up a plant sale during the Relay For Life event at Algonquin Regional High School on Friday, as part of a broader effort to raise money to fight cancer. But the evening's chilly weather threatened the fragile plants.
Not so for the rest of the event. Clad in heavy coats and woollen hats, Relay participants looked well prepared to spend the twelve cold hours walking around the track.
"It's cold, but it's going really good," said organizer ...