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Lynn signs Cultural Compact

The audience that came to see Lynn's Cultural Compact signing at Lynn City Hall.

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Lynn signs Cultural Compact

Julio Bare provided the musical entertainment at the Lynn's Cultural Compact Signing Ceremony at Lynn City Hall.

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Lynn signs Cultural Compact

From left to right: Mayor Thomas McGee, Carolyn Cole, Director, Downtown Lynn Cultural Distirct, Anita Walker, Executive Director, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and Aaron Liber, Chair, Lynn Cultural Council with the signed cultural pacts at Lynn City Hall.

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Lynn signs Cultural Compact

From left to right: Anita Walker, Executive Director, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Mayor Thomas McGee, Carolyn Cole, Director, Downtown Lynn Cultural Distirct, Aaron Liber, Chair, Lynn Cultural Council signing Lynn's Cultural Compact at Lynn City Hall.

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LYNN – It’s official, the power of arts and culture has been unleashed in the city. Thursday, Lynn became one of only six communities in the state to sign a Cultural Compact with the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The Cultural Compact is a commitment among municipal leaders, local Cultural Councils and Cultural Districts to make culture…

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