Spotswood Senior Center staff members deliver gift bags for Veterans Day


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SPOTSWOOD–Going the extra mile for servicemen and women, Spotswood Office on Aging (OOA) and Senior Center staff members delivered gift bags to local veterans for Veterans Day on Nov. 11.

Abiding by social distancing protocols, OOA Program Coordinator Beth Blatt said she, OOA Director Donna Faulkenberry and driver Larry Hollander drove to 14 veterans’ residences and presented them with a bag of goodies.

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Blatt said each bag contained various items that included a mug; a red white and blue cookie; a poppy donated by the American Legion; a crocheted poppy with a pin to wear; and Wawa, Dunkin Donuts, ShopRite, Panini Bistro and The Doughfather gift cards.

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