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Photos: Residents Deliver Holiday Groceries to Seniors & Families

The West Roxbury Business and Professional Association organized grocery deliveries to families with children, at-risk seniors, and adults in the community at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

 

The West Roxbury Business and Professional Association (WRBPA) organized grocery deliveries to families with children, at-risk senior citizens, and adults in the community during Thanksgiving and Christmas. 

Members of the community delivered Christmas groceries on Friday, Dec. 23. Volunteers met at Roche Bros at 9:30 a.m. and delivered holiday cheer to residents throughout the area.

Groceries were donated by Roche Bros and paid for by community donations. 

The following volunteers signed up to deliver groceries: Steve Morris and Doug McClure, RE/MAX SteveDoug Team, Lois Baho, Jack Conway and Company, Judith and Chris Sergeant and family, Judith Sergeant Photography, Maria DiNanno, Marialisa Boutique, Genevieve Ciampa, The Cutting Edge, Joe Carroll, National Grid, Darren DiSisto, resident, Jay Disilio and Christie Rooney, Bank of America, Diane Capodilupo, Louise Schiarizzi, Chrissie Teague, Eric Klein, Steve Ward and Jay Cappello, all from RE/MAX Achievers, Anne Geraghty, Board of Directors of Ethos, Kathleen Kelley, resident, Ann Cushing, Office of Senator Mike Rush, Greg Karr, The German Centre, Larry Costello, resident, Mark MacMillan, Margaret M. McMillan Real Estate, Johnnie Fasanello, retired City of Boston Public Works West Roxbury Yard, Anne Marie Federico, State Lab, DPH, Mike and Andrew Melton, residents, Emanuele and Michele Capoano, friends of our Italian Santa Claus, Janice Williams, Ethos/AgeWell West Roxbury, Alan MacKinnon, Gardens at Gethsemane, Tyler Simpson, Joseph McLean, Caitlin Neiduski, and John LaBelle, all from the YMCA and from the Boston Police Department, Captain Jim Hasson, Officers Elvis Garcia, Luis Vazquez, Sgt. Detective Kenny Jameson and Nicole England, Civilian, Community Service Office, Officer Brian Sullivan, Senior Response, and Phil Polizzi, Building Superintendent, BPD.

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