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December 6, 2012

Children’s Charity bash set for next week

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Dinner will be what previous attendees will attest is a huge and delicious buffet. There will be raffle tickets for all sorts of goodies from gift certificates to apparel. A silent auction will feature high-quality handcrafted items, fabulous golf packages, athletic souvenirs and professional services. The live auction will feature a variety of highly desirable things from the very practical to the “gotta have it” collectible.

We expected to be visited once again by Boston sports luminaries. Terry O’Reilly joins us every year. We expect other Bruin alumni, as well. Perhaps Hall-of-Famer Jim Rice will drop in again as he did last year.

Parking is available at no cost in the Immaculate Conception Church parking lot, thanks to Father Murphy. Reasonable-fee parking can be found at the South Harbor parking garage.

If you can’t remember the date, look for our signs in Town House Square and Jefferson Avenue facing Willson Street.

We hope to see you at Victoria Station on Dec. 11 as Salem celebrates the holidays and shows the world what community caring is.

Thanks and a joyful holiday season to all.

Brendan Walsh

for Salem Children’s Charity

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