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American Legion Holds Food Truck Festival to Benefit Local American Legion

by Paul Saulnier
May 20, 2018

Clouds cleared up and the Sun shone on the American Legion's fund raiser at the Holliston Historical Society on Mother's Day, May 13, 2018

The Legion had nice weather which helped attract hungry guests to the grounds of the Historical Society at 547 Washington Street.

Pat from Roadmaster Auto Sales and Service brought his converted armoured truck which is always an attraction at Patriots games and is a tribute to the men and women of the armed services.

This was a whole day's worth of calories in one pulled pork meal from the window of MELT, one of the food trucks participating in the American Legion's fund raiser.

Trucks pay an entry fee and donate a portion of their proceeds to the Legion.

Steve Bradford, above left, is Commander of the Legion and an organizer of the food truck festival.

Organizers of the event also include Theresa Lamkin, above, and Jane Gilfoy and Carl Damigella, below.

Sponsors included Jensen& Sheehan Insurance, Rodenhiser Excavating, HCAT, Robshaw Electric, Holliston Historical Society, The Stray Tones, HollistonReporter.com and MetroWest Transit Authority.

 

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