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From left, Daniel Waltz, president/CEO, Southern Mass Credit Union; Bethany Pinard of the Massachusetts National Guard; Ann Richard, library media specialist, Hastings Middle School; and Anne Silvia, director, Fairhaven Council of Aging.

The $192 million Southern Mass Credit Union in Fairhaven, Mass., recently wrapped up its sixth annual U.S. Armed Forces Collection Drive. The boxes of much-needed items such as toiletries, candy and sup were presented to the Massachusetts National Guard at its office in Taunton, Mass., and then shipped overseas.

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