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Holliston Police Serving Lunch Instead of Serving Tickets

by Mark Ahronian
December 5, 2017

The annual Holliston Police Department Lunch was well attended at the Holliston Senior Center. The new parking lot could not accommodate about a 150 visitors. It was a terrific turkey lunch from Out Post Farm with a piece of pie for dessert!  Many smiling faces were had including town administrator Jeff Ritter and all three selectmen. The police were out in full force serving our senior residents. Such a nice way of connecting with the senior population!!

A full house at the center.

Holliston PD was in full force.

Cars were parked out on Goulding street!

 

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