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Reuniting as Covid-19 pandemic slows | PHOTOS

Tom Russell, Debbie's partner, lifts 2-year-old Arden in the air and spins her around.
(Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)

Reuniting as Covid-19 pandemic slows | PHOTOS

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The COVID-19 pandemic caused many to not see family and friends but as the number of cases have dropped and number of people vaccinated has increased some people are reuniting.
Covid-19 reunions
Debbie Bell, right, kisses her granddaughter Arden on the cheek while her mom holds her. After nearly a year and a half without seeing each other due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rebecca Echols and her mother Debbie Bell were reunited at last. Her mother, who lives in Florida with her partner and a rescue dog, drove up to the Echols' household in Roland park.
Debbie Bell, right, kisses her granddaughter Arden on the cheek while her mom holds her. After nearly a year and a half without seeing each other due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rebecca Echols and her mother Debbie Bell were reunited at last. Her mother, who lives in Florida with her partner and a rescue dog, drove up to the Echols' household in Roland park. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Covid-19 reunions
Debbie Bell hugs her grandkids, Anderson, 6, and Arden, 2.
Debbie Bell hugs her grandkids, Anderson, 6, and Arden, 2. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Covid-19 reunions
Tom Russell, Debbie's partner, lifts 2-year-old Arden in the air and spins her around.
Tom Russell, Debbie's partner, lifts 2-year-old Arden in the air and spins her around. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Covid-19 reunions
Debbie Bell hugs her 6-year-old grandson, Anderson.
Debbie Bell hugs her 6-year-old grandson, Anderson. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Covid-19 reunions
After nearly a year and a half without seeing each other due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rebecca Echols and her mother Debbie Bell were reunited at last. park.
After nearly a year and a half without seeing each other due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rebecca Echols and her mother Debbie Bell were reunited at last. park. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Covid-19 reunions
Rebecca Echols and her 6-year-old son, Anderson, wave as her mother's car pulls up to their home. After nearly a year and a half without seeing each other due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rebecca Echols and her mother Debbie Bell were reunited at last. Her mother, who lives in Florida, drove up to the Echols' house in Roland park.
Rebecca Echols and her 6-year-old son, Anderson, wave as her mother's car pulls up to their home. After nearly a year and a half without seeing each other due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rebecca Echols and her mother Debbie Bell were reunited at last. Her mother, who lives in Florida, drove up to the Echols' house in Roland park. (Ulysses Muñoz/The Baltimore Sun)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
A sign is placed on the lawn as members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, celebrated the many holidays they've missed because of Covid. Today, May 15, 2021, all on one day, they celebrated birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, graduations, etc.
A sign is placed on the lawn as members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, celebrated the many holidays they've missed because of Covid. Today, May 15, 2021, all on one day, they celebrated birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, graduations, etc. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Tom Myers holds a birthday cupcake at the home of his sister, Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman.
Tom Myers holds a birthday cupcake at the home of his sister, Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Cupcakes for all occasions are set on the dining room table at the home of Sarah and Richard Holzman. Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, celebrated (all on one day) the many holidays they've missed because of Covid.
Cupcakes for all occasions are set on the dining room table at the home of Sarah and Richard Holzman. Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, celebrated (all on one day) the many holidays they've missed because of Covid. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Celebrating New Year's eve, on May 15, left to right: Warren Myers and his granddaughter Grace Fitzsimmons; Sarah Myers, Jennifer Lamont and Brad Lamont.
Celebrating New Year's eve, on May 15, left to right: Warren Myers and his granddaughter Grace Fitzsimmons; Sarah Myers, Jennifer Lamont and Brad Lamont. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman pours sparkling cider for a New Year's eve toast (on an afternoon in May) at her home in Roland Park.
Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman pours sparkling cider for a New Year's eve toast (on an afternoon in May) at her home in Roland Park. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Will Myers takes a photo of family members left to right: John Patrick Fitzsimnons, Grace Fitzsimmons, Samantha Myers, Vivian Myers and Joseph Holzman, who were going trick or treating on May 15.
Will Myers takes a photo of family members left to right: John Patrick Fitzsimnons, Grace Fitzsimmons, Samantha Myers, Vivian Myers and Joseph Holzman, who were going trick or treating on May 15. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, celebrate the graduations of Joseph Holzman, 2nd from right, and Grace Fitzsimnons, right. Today they also celebrated birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, graduations, etc. that they've missed because of Covid. May 15, 2021
Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, celebrate the graduations of Joseph Holzman, 2nd from right, and Grace Fitzsimnons, right. Today they also celebrated birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, graduations, etc. that they've missed because of Covid. May 15, 2021 (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Sarah Myers gives a "keynote address" at the mock graduation ceremony for 2 of her grandchildren. Her grandson John Patrick Fitzsimmons is on right; other family members and friends are in the audience.
Sarah Myers gives a "keynote address" at the mock graduation ceremony for 2 of her grandchildren. Her grandson John Patrick Fitzsimmons is on right; other family members and friends are in the audience. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Left to right: Brad Lamont, Vivian Myers, Ava Lamont, Declan Lamont talk outside their next-door neighbor's home, which is decorated for Halloween and other holidays.
Left to right: Brad Lamont, Vivian Myers, Ava Lamont, Declan Lamont talk outside their next-door neighbor's home, which is decorated for Halloween and other holidays. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, head out for an Easter Egg hunt while walking past Halloween decorations.
Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, head out for an Easter Egg hunt while walking past Halloween decorations. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman, left, and her husband Richard Holzman, second from left, are hosting members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood.
Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman, left, and her husband Richard Holzman, second from left, are hosting members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Brad Lamont, right, gets ready to blow out a candle on a birthday cupcake as members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, sing Happy Birthday.
Brad Lamont, right, gets ready to blow out a candle on a birthday cupcake as members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in the Roland Park neighborhood, sing Happy Birthday. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Roland Park Families Can Finally Celebrate Holidays Together
Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman and her husband Richard Holzman share a moment during a party at their home in Roland Park. Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in Roland Park, celebrated (all on one day) the many holidays they've missed because of Covid. Today they celebrated birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, graduations, etc.
Sarah Fitzsimmons-Holzman and her husband Richard Holzman share a moment during a party at their home in Roland Park. Members of the Fitzsimmons, Holzman, Lamont and Myers families, who are friends and neighbors in Roland Park, celebrated (all on one day) the many holidays they've missed because of Covid. Today they celebrated birthdays, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, graduations, etc. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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