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This year’s Andover Day celebration will partly focus on the opioid epidemic, as the Andover Cares group takes over the parking lot at Andover Village Square during the event. Between 2014 and 2016, more than 20 Andover people died because of substance use. At the festival, Andover Cares will present vendors offering resources to help families dealing with addiction. Is Andover Day, typically a positive event celebrating the community, an appropriate place to address the opioid issue?

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