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Dems ring bells for food pantry

by Lisa Kaplan
January 25, 2018

Members of Holliston Democratic Town Committee rang jingle bells every week end from the Holiday Stroll to Christmas Eve to gather cash donations for the Holliston Pantry Shelf. Shown from l to r are Mary Kinsella, Barbara Gardner, Lee DeSorgher, Maria Constantinides, Lisa Kaplan, Judy Gagnon, Ellen George, Joan Hunger-Brody, Patrick Bolger and Janet Colson. Not pictured are Bill Blinstrub, Liz Dembitzer, Eva Stahl, Michelle Ceresia, Jean Spera, Bill and Marsha Wintringham, Utah Nickel, Jason Dionne, and Bill Dooling, who spear-heads the annual effort. This year the group raised nearly $2,500 for the food pantry, thanks to many generous Holliston donors.

 

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