Dorothy Darden spends most days in a wheelchair, but on Fridays in the summer, just before nine o'clock, she uses crutches to tackle the three flights of stairs down to the street, ready to help Mary Jean with the day's sidewalk events. "I remember when Mary Jean came," she says.
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