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Nolan Jacox, 12, known as ‘Mayor of Marathon,’ is 7th grader, 3rd-time recipient

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Now 12, Nolan Jacox has grown up with the South High Marathon Dance, as a participant and now as a three-time recipient.

Among core volunteers, he’s known as the Mayor of Marathon.

“My first memory of Marathon was being on Dan Albert’s shoulders as he walked from the production room into the gym for the closing in 2012,” says Nolan.

He lives with a …

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Mark Fish giving bone marrow to ailing infant via SGF Marathon Dance initiative

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Nearly six years after joining an international bone marrow registry at the 2012 South High Marathon Dance, Greenwich School Superintendent Mark Fish will donate his bone marrow next month to help an infant with a serious blood disorder.

Mr. Fish a 1983 South High graduate and his wife Jill are core Marathon Dance volunteers. All three of their children — Kelsey, Erin and Patrick …

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Our March 3 issue

SGF Marathon Dance issue 11 pages of Marathon Dance coverage. Stephan Curry’s local link. Patrick gets hoops fever. Tracking NY’s moose by air. GF Community Theatre sets ‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.’ Irving fights tariff. LARAC director Ellen Butz, on her retirement. Looking for the arts, concerts, etc.? The Chronicle has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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