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Inspired by Quincy’s Esther Earl, Fore River Bridge to shine gold

A dramatic orange sunset helps frame the Fore River Bridge, which connects Weymouth to Quincy, on Friday, Jan. 7, 2022.

QUINCY – The Fore River Bridge will glow a bright gold starting at dusk Thursday to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in honor of Quincy’s Esther Earl and others who have fought or lost a battle with cancer. 

The foundation started in her honor, called This Star Won’t Go Out, worked with the state Department of Transportation to light the bridge. The Zakim and Longfellow bridges in Boston and the Burnes Memorial Bridge in Worcester will also be lit.

“They’re going gold for childhood cancer and for the needs that are very present and real,” Lori Earl, Esther’s mother and executive director of the foundation, said.

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