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VFW and American Legion Host Annual Roast Beef Luncheon

by Chris Cain
January 8, 2019

Once again this year the local Veterans posts hosted a delicious Roast Beef Luncheon held at the Holliston Senior Center.

Dana Kingsbury is seen here deciding whether or not to add the vegetables to his plate.

Members of the Leonard B. Chesmore VFW Post 8507 and the Charles F. Duford Post 47 provided the luncheon at no cost to those who attended.

Seen above Bob Hopkins, Senior Vice Commander of VFW Post 8507, chats with Ron and Linda Turcotte and Stan and Lillian Feinberg.

American Legion Post 47 Commander Steve Bradford surveys the gathering to be sure that everyone is having enough food and having a good time.

The meal was prepared by the good folks at TJ's restaurant in Ashland. 

Eric Blackmar, Cinday Leacu, and Peter Reiszner were on hand to set up the buffet feast and make sure that there was enough dessert to go around.

In addition to our eternal thanks to our vets for defending our nation's security and freedom, we can add a Thank You for serving our seniors a delicious meal again this year

 

 

 

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