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St. Dunstan’s cares for the homeless

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter With the weather turning bitterly cold, extra attention should be given to the needs of the homeless in Boston and surrounding communities. This week, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church used its Dover Unplugged night to help care for these people by packaging over 140 backpacks full of supplies they need...
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Dover Unplugged assembling Care Kits

Dover Unplugged is hosting an evening for community service on Friday, December 6, to prepare 150 Care Kits for clients of Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program. The Care Kits will include knit hats, fleece gloves, socks, hand warmers, writing journals, personal care products, snacks and a handwritten holiday card. The Care Kits will be...
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Dover shows that it’s ‘got talent’

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter [caption id="attachment_32582" align="alignright" width="300"]Dover’s Got Talent eventual champion Nick Mangiaratti performs an Otis Redding classic. Dover’s Got Talent eventual champion Nick Mangiaratti performs an Otis Redding classic.[/caption] On Friday night, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church held its first ever “Dover’s Got Talent”...
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St. Dunstan’s hosts mini-golf

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By Alex Oliveira Hometown Weekly Reporter Members of the greater Dover community enjoyed eighteen holes of indoor mini golf at St. Dunstan’s Church this past Friday. The event was the church’s first event of 2019 in an ongoing series called Dover Unplugged, aimed at bringing families and the community together in a device free setting. “They’re...
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Dover Unplugged hosting NuDay Syria

[caption id="attachment_25071" align="alignright" width="300"]Nadia Alawa Nadia Alawa[/caption] Watching the devastation caused by the humanitarian crisis in Syria, and it’s natural to wonder if anything can be done to help Syrian refugees. On Wednesday, March 7, at 7:00 p.m., Dover Unplugged is hosting an evening with Nadia Alawa, a New...
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