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Boston residents pitched in to bring a happy holiday to the community

TIS THE SEASON — Pictured, from left: Deputy Town Clerk Elizabeth Martin, Town Clerk Jennifer Mulé and Deputy Town Clerk Sandy Quinlan. Photo submitted by Mulé.
BOSTON — The town of Boston has thanked all area residents and non-residents for participating in this year’s sharing tree.

Town Clerk Jennifer Mulé said, “You have once again proven that the spirit of Christmas is still alive. It is very heartwarming to see such generosity.”

Anne Gilhooley of Boston Valley Elementary said, “A huge thank you to all of our friends in the Boston community, for your wonderful generosity. You have provided full Christmas bundles for many, many children. You have also lifted the spirits of many parents. We at Boston Valley Elementary are truly blessed to be a part of such an awesome community.”

The sharing tree is traditionally put up in Boston during the week of Thanksgiving, giving residents approximately three weeks to return wrapped gifts to the town clerk’s office.

According to Mulé, this arrangement allows enough time for distribution to area families before Christmas.

For more information about the sharing tree, call Mulé at 941-6113 ext. 0.
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