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Hudson AMVETS make special Christmas deliveries

Tim Coughlan and John Lavigne help assemble dinners.

Tim Coughlan and John Lavigne help assemble dinners.

Hudson – The Hudson AMVETS Post 208 made special deliveries Dec. 25. Volunteers, including families and members of Boy Scout Troop 77, prepared and distributed 420 ham dinners as part of the 24th annual “Home Alone for the Holidays.” That was after they provided 586 turkey dinners on Thanksgiving. The post also hosted a Christmas party Dec. 10 for patients from the Veterans Administration Hospital in Bedford.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Kristie Raymond gets dinners assembled for delivery.

Kristie Raymond gets dinners assembled for delivery.

Kaeson Dent, 13, moves along the well-organized assembly line.

Kaeson Dent, 13, moves along the well-organized assembly line.

Commander Bill Rivers coordinates the deliveries from the post.

Commander Bill Rivers coordinates the deliveries from the post.

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