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Wednesday December 04, 2019 (4 days, 8 hours ago)


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YARMOUTH – From Yarmouth Fire: Starting today and going through Sunday 12/8 Yarmouth Firefighters are Going Homeless for the Holidays. We will be at Our Lady of the Highway Church, 1044 Rt. 28, South Yarmouth, on the corner of Route 28 and Forest Road for 103 straight hours. We are collecting new unwrapped toys for […] The post Yarmouth Firefighters go “Homeless for the Holidays” appeared first on CapeCod.com.

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