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Hudson seniors treated to Thanksgiving dinner

A dinner is passed down the table to Leonard and Jeanette Pauplis.

A dinner is passed down the table to Leonard and Jeanette Pauplis.

Hudson – This year, 130 guests were served at the annual Thanksgiving Dinner, held Nov. 24 at the Hudson Senior Center. Prepared by the Buffet Way Catering, the complimentary dinner was sponsored by George E. Danis, owner of the Hudson businesses ResTech Plastic Molding and Electro-Mechanical Technology. His wife, Karen, organized the table settings and his employees volunteered to serve the dinners. Mingling with guests were state Sen. Jamie Eldridge, D-Acton, and state Rep. Kate Hogan, D-Stow.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

George E. Danis carves a turkey.

George E. Danis carves a turkey.

Manning the kitchen are (l to r) Dan Mauro, chef and owner of the Buffet Way Catering; Keith Gauthier, Ken Wheeler and Dave Jones, employees of ResTech Plastic Molding; Peter Mongeau, president of Electro-Mechanical Technology; and George E. Danis, owner of  ResTech Plastic Molding and Electro-Mechanical Technology.

Manning the kitchen are (l to r) Dan Mauro, chef and owner of the Buffet Way Catering; Keith Gauthier, Ken Wheeler and Dave Jones, employees of ResTech Plastic Molding; Peter Mongeau, president of Electro-Mechanical Technology; and George E. Danis, owner of ResTech Plastic Molding and Electro-Mechanical Technology.

State Rep. Kate Hogan (center) offers candy to Vivian Belcher and Gloria Cuddy.

State Rep. Kate Hogan (center) offers candy to Vivian Belcher and Gloria Cuddy.

Volunteer Martin Kane (center) serves Joyce Beauchemin and Margo Theodoss.

Volunteer Martin Kane (center) serves Joyce Beauchemin and Margo Theodoss.

(l to r) Volunteer Jean Landry serves Cheryl Miles and Carole Johnston.

(l to r) Volunteer Jean Landry serves Cheryl Miles and Carole Johnston.

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