Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. From left, Dana Rankin and Ray Fisher of Gloucester were helping to pack up care packages for eight soldiers serving in Afghanistan for the holidays at the Office of Veterans Service on Wednesday morning. They were putting toiletries of all kinds in the boxes, including shampoo, soap, deoderant, wipes, lotion, toothpaste and so on. Also helping are, in back, from left, Susan Canning and Lucia Amero of the Veterans Services office.
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