For pair of Hudson brothers serving up cocoa, ‘Big Papa’ still inspires
Tyler, 11, said the chilly weather meant his friends and neighbors would be all the more willing to get out of their houses on Sunday and warm up with a piping hot cup of cocoa.
The family had just spent the day in Rhode Island visiting their beloved “Big Papa” and on the long ride home, Brandon decided to do what he could to help.
“He was just an amazing person,” she said.
Among this year’s cocoa stand customers was Susan Antkowiak, vice president of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Massachusetts/New Hampshire chapter.
“This is so much more than a hot cocoa stand,” she said. “This just goes to show that anyone can do something of impact, whatever your resources or interests.”
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