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Blessed Backpack Brigade Set Up ‘Toll’ For Donations

If you are entering or leaving Webster at the Dudley town line on Saturday morning, please bring some cash to make a donation to the Blessed Backpack Brigade.  The volunteers who do so much for the area needy and homeless population will be setting up their annual bucket brigade to accept donations from 9AM to…

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GET YOUR LOCAL ON: Lauri Joseph From Blessed Backpack Brigade

One of our favorite local organizations, The Blessed Backpack Brigade, was started in 2016 by Paul and Lauri Joseph after learning of the large population of homeless individuals in the Webster area.  On the second and fourth Wednesday of every month the brigade, made up of volunteers, hosts free fellowship meals at the American Legion in Webster…

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Backpacks Needed To Help Area Homeless

The Blessed Backpack Brigade is in desperate need of used backpacks!  Now that the school year is winding down, your child’s unwanted or unneeded backpack would be greatly appreciated. Jennifer Cederberg of the Blessed Backpack Brigade tells THE LAKE 940, June 22nd is the day you can contribute to this worthy local cause.  “I have…

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Grand Re-Opening Of McDonald’s In Webster

You are invited to the grand re-opening of Webster’s McDonalds, located at 44 East Main Street.  The celebration begins with ribbon-cutting on Wednesday, May 30th at 10AM. The new look of the restaurant is being unveiled with the help of Miss Nashoba Valley, Aubrie Przybys, Webster Town Administrator Doug Willardson, State Representative Joe McKenna, State…

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Holiday Wishes For Webster Residents In Need

Have you heard about The Blessed Backpack Brigade?  They are a small 501c(3) group who help homeless and disadvantaged in the Webster/Dudley area.  They have an urgent message and your help is needed!  Christmas is just around the corner and there are many people here in the Webster area who won’t have anything to open up…

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