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Abington Bank raises $19,350 for food pantries, including Hull’s

Andrew J. Raczka, president and CEO of Abington Bank, has announced that the bank’s inaugural Neighbors Helping Neighbors fundraising drive raised $19,350 for several local food pantries, including Aunt Dot’s Kitchen in Hull. The effort is part of the bank’s charitable giving program, called The Giving Tree, which reflects the bank’s commitment to making a difference in the…

HULL FOR THE HOLIDAYS

The Paragon Carousel, the gateway to the community, is well decorated for the holiday season, with the Hull-Nantasket Chamber of Commerce’s traditional lobster trap tree cheerfully displayed on the front lawn. [P. Abbate photo]

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NIGHT LIGHT

The town’s traditional Thanksgiving night bonfire returned this year, piercing the darkness with a glow that silhouetted Hullonians who gathered at the HRA property. [Skip Tull photo]

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THE FIRST LIGHTS OF THE SEASON

Cantor Josh Grossman, son of Temple Beth Sholom’s Rabbi David Grossman, led members of the Hull community in a menorah lighting ceremony at the gazebo at Monument Square. Following the traditional blessings, he led the crowd in festive holiday songs. [Photo courtesy of James Lampke]