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A Neighborhood's Christmas Kindness

A Neighborhood's Christmas Kindness

Dec 25, 2012-- On Dec. 1, a neighbor of Melissa Bemis and her family stopped in to tell her a gaily-wrapped package sat on her doorstep. Her two sons, Max, 7 and Mace, 2, were eager to find out what was inside, as was she. The attached card read, "On the first day of Christmas, Secret Santa left for me, games to play instead of watching TV." The anonymous gifting continued through Dec. 12 as "neighborhood elves" conspired to reach out to the young family that lost its father to cancer last January. (6043 reads)


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