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m GULF BEACH MASONS PREPARE AND DELIVER HOLIDAY FOOD BASKETS: The Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge helped bring holiday cheer to 12 families in need this season. Masons, friends and family helped prepare and deliver holiday food baskets to less fortunate families. The basket included a turkey, sides and pies. The lodge has provided holiday baskets for more than 40 years.

. LOCAL SAILOR SERVES ABOARD USS RONALD REAGAN: Culinary Specialist Seaman Apprentice Anthony Garno from St. Petersburg loads food into a conveyor aboard the Navy's only forward-deployed aircraft carrier, USS Ronald Reagan. Culinary specialists store enough food to serve more than 2,000 sailors in port and more than 5,000 sailors under way.

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