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Police & Fire, Holiday Guide, Count Us In
Representatives from more than 40 police departments will be leaving the Burlington Mall Wednesday morning to deliver cards to 6-year-old Nathan Norman in Rustburg, Virginia.
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Students and staff at Minuteman High School in Lexington are collecting money, canned goods and clothing for those who continue to be affected by the devastating superstorm's aftermath.
Holiday Guide, Count Us In
The winter concert takes place at 2 p.m. this Sunday, Dec. 2 at Cary Hall in Lexington.
In celebration of a new tradition, "Giving Tuesday," here's a list of local organizations where you could make donations or volunteer.
Business, Count Us In
The owner of Bedford Blueberry Goat Farm, Ann Kiessling, makes about 4 gallons of goat milk a day and sells it to three area markets, including Wilson Farm in Lexington.
Luminary Night is Dec. 2, and luminary kits are available now. Fifth percent of proceeds from kits support arts and education.
For every tweet that includes the #PatchRebuilds hashtag, Patch will donate $1 to AmeriCares Superstorm Sandy Relief Efforts, up to $125,000.
Pictures and words from Lexington's annual Veterans Day observances.
A quick look at what you need to see, do and know on Nov. 12 in Lexington.
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