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Mirin Maraim, 9, a fourth grader at Webster School and an Iraqi refugee, holds a tray of dates used as a welcome during a lunch and social gathering by the Iraqi Social Services group at the First Congregational Church in Manchester on Saturday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)

Only In Print: Iraqis find welcoming community in Manchester

MANCHESTER — The food was bountiful, the conversations animated — but the children stole the show.


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