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April 30, 2013

Before and after

John Robinett of Mount Savage puts finishing touches on the O. Delbert Proudfoot marble rings at Cumberland’s Constitution Park. Robinett, whose son Brandon has been the city marbles champion for the past three years, re-poured two of the concrete pads and repainted all three rings. He made arrangements with the city Parks and Recreation Department to volunteer to complete the work and had the paint donated by Valspar. Brandon Robinett will return to the rings when the boys compete May 21. The girls are scheduled to begin the city tournament the day before.

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