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Holliston Police Union to Host Lunch at the Senior Center

by Paul Saulnier
December 3, 2017

According to Sergeant Glenn Dalrymple, the annual lunchoen, scheduled for December 4, 2017, is just about sold out. He said there may be a few of the 140 seats still available. Anyone interested in attending should call the Senior Center at 508.429.0622.

The event is catered by Outpost Farm and features, what else, a complete turkey dinner, "soup to nuts" according to Sgt Dalrymple.

 

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