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The C.A. recap for Dec. 24 to Dec. 30

Region – Here are the Community Advocate's top six stories for Dec. 24 to Dec. 30:

1. Christmas was a bit brighter this year for more than 500 veterans, seniors and others in need thanks to an amazing volunteer effort by the Hudson AMVET Post 208.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/12/26/hudson-amvets-remember-hundreds-with-holiday-meals/

2. The upcoming production of the Westborough Players Club will feature a father and daughter duo, Geoff and Helena Spofford.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/12/27/westborough-players-annie-spotlights-family-fun/

3. The non-profit homeless shelter, Abby's House, has helped thousands of women and children for the past three decades.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/12/27/abbys-house-helps-women-children-for-over-three-decades/

4. A project to make dresses for some of the world's poorest girls has touched many hearts in the Westborough area.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/12/28/sewing-for-hope-gives-girls-brighter-future/

5. Janice Lindsay gives her take on how to be the perfect party guest.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/12/21/i-was-just-thinking-abouthow-to-guest-a-party/

6. A New Hampshire woman is facing charges in the Lizzi Marriott murder case.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/12/24/new-hampshire-woman-arrested-in-marriott-case/

 

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