Bob Lebowitz, right, of Newton, Mass. prepares to take a photo of his two daughters and their families portraits while another family poses for a selfie in the background on the beach at Harkness Memorial State Park Friday, Nov. 27, 2020, in Waterford. The family said they usually get together on Thanksgiving, but due to COVID-19 wanted to be safe and not be in the same house and celebrated the day at their own homes. The family still wanted to get together and be outdoors, so Lebowitz and his daughters, Becky Hanger, third from right, of Maplewood, N.J., Amy Rosman of Roslyn, N.Y., second from left, and their families met at the park because it was a good spot between where they live and where he lives. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
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