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Hamper gets a boost

Kevin Gearey of the Knights of Columbus is presented by Connie Luck, executive director of New Horizons, with a cart full of food and toys donated by the residents of the facility for the Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund. - Submitted
Kevin Gearey of the Knights of Columbus is presented by Connie Luck, executive director of New Horizons, with a cart full of food and toys donated by the residents of the facility for the Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund.
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