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Rochester Tree Lighting15 viewsMonday, December 5, was the night of the annual Rochester Tree Lighting. Folks enjoyed festive music by the RMS chorus and band, and witnessed the grand entrance of Santa Claus aboard Rochester’s big yellow fire ladder truck with lights blazing and sirens sounding. Photos by Jean Perry
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Rochester Tree Lighting14 viewsMonday, December 5, was the night of the annual Rochester Tree Lighting. Folks enjoyed festive music by the RMS chorus and band, and witnessed the grand entrance of Santa Claus aboard Rochester’s big yellow fire ladder truck with lights blazing and sirens sounding. Photos by Jean Perry
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Rochester Tree Lighting16 viewsMonday, December 5, was the night of the annual Rochester Tree Lighting. Folks enjoyed festive music by the RMS chorus and band, and witnessed the grand entrance of Santa Claus aboard Rochester’s big yellow fire ladder truck with lights blazing and sirens sounding. Photos by Jean Perry
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Rochester Tree Lighting15 viewsMonday, December 5, was the night of the annual Rochester Tree Lighting. Folks enjoyed festive music by the RMS chorus and band, and witnessed the grand entrance of Santa Claus aboard Rochester’s big yellow fire ladder truck with lights blazing and sirens sounding. Photos by Jean Perry
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Rochester Tree Lighting15 viewsMonday, December 5, was the night of the annual Rochester Tree Lighting. Folks enjoyed festive music by the RMS chorus and band, and witnessed the grand entrance of Santa Claus aboard Rochester’s big yellow fire ladder truck with lights blazing and sirens sounding. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November16 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November15 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November14 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November14 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November13 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November15 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November13 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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