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New England Amputee Association presents “Comedy for a Cause” in Hudson

Hudson – The New England Amputee Association is proud to present “Comedy for a Cause,” a night of hilarity and entertainment Friday, Sept. 21, starting at 8 p.m., at the Hudson Portuguese Club. Featuring comedic heavyweights Johnny Pizzi, Dave Andrews, Tom Hayes, and Bob Seibel, the night promises a hilariously good time with raffle prizes.

This benefit show is to help the New England Amputee Association continue its outreach programs for amputees and their families. With over 500 amputations per day in the United States, support and information needs to be provided to these new amputees and their families.

Come and enjoy the evening of laughter and know just by being at the show you are providing encouragement and hope to those that have lost limbs.

For more information, visit www.NewEnglandAmputeeAssociation.com ?or call 978-365-2580. The Hudson Portuguese Club is located at 13 Port St. The New England Amputee Association is an all-volunteer 501 C 3 Non-profit organization.

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