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The Charles River Chorale’s “30th Annual Holiday Concert,” will take place on Saturday, December 13, at Millis High School auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 adults, $10 seniors/students and $8 for children, with family discounts available. In addition to great music (including a sing-along), the night will feature a silent auction and holiday raffle. For more information, call Brooks at (508) 376-9492 or visit

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Kabat came back around to the idea when visitors to her art center expressed interest.

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The Franklin-based Santa Foundation is 28 years old, and it not only brings gifts to needy families in Franklin and 28 surrounding communities during the holidays, it helps people year-round with their needs. The all-volunteer, donation-based Santa Foundation, founded by Bob Sullivan, who runs it with his partner, Richard Timmons and the help of about 14 part-time volunteers, expects to help 900 families this year.
“We’ve already made up (gift packages for) 450 families in 2014. We’ll do 900 when we’re totally done,” says Sullivan.


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