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Branford Counseling and Community Services Secret Santa program enjoyed another successful season due to the generous donations of individuals, families, and businesses in our community. Thanks to their generosity, more than 379 needy Branford children had a joyous Christmas.
Our thanks go again this year to dedicated volunteer Kathy Nelson for her onsite leadership of the program, to Sharon Patterson of Branford Counseling for her tireless work, and for the more than 38 volunteers for their time and effort. Additionally, I would again like to thank the Pantani family and friends whose countless hours and generous donations continue to help make this program a success. A special thanks go to the many businesses who helped support this program.
On behalf of Branford Counseling’s staff, the recipients, and all the volunteers, our thanks again to our generous community.
Peter Cimino, Executive Director
Branford Counseling and Community Services
Editor's note: The originally published letter erroneously stated that 645 children had been served.
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