Haverhill Boys and Girls Club Christmas party
The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Haverhill treated 150 members to a Christmas party on Dec. 16 featuring a sit-down meal served by the club’s board of directors, parents and volunteers from Haverhill’s police and fire departments. Every boy and girl received a present and took part in free raffles. Sponsors included Fantini Bakery, Lowell Five Cent Savings, the Bank of New England, Pentucket Medical Associates, Corporate Chefs, Sacred Hearts Parish, Kazmiera Marina, Haverhill Women’s Auxiliary, Jaffarian Toyota and Volvo, Jim Silver and his family, Trinity Episcopal Church, Maria’s Family Restaurant, Herb and Susan Lynch, Charlie and Gretchen George, Richard Early Jr. and family, the Chicken Connection, the Italian Brotherhood, Shoe City Hardware, Servpro of Haverhill and the club’s board of directors.
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