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Wait, there's more: City police, others save Christmas
The one last week here in Manchester was among them.
When police officers went shopping for replacement gifts for the family, the local Sears, Target, and Market Basket stores gave them big discounts. Some store employees also made personal donations.
Charest and her fiancee, Rudy Van Der Putten Jr., who are to be married on New Year's Day, have bigger challenges ahead. Rudy faces major cancer surgery.
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