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Wrentham nurses collect items to help homeless veterans

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Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 11:46 am, Mon Jul 15, 2013.

The Wrentham Public Health Nurses are collecting supplies to help homeless veterans. It is part of a campaign by the Massachusetts Associations of Public Health Nurses, which provides personnel care items to needy veterans.

The following supplies are needed: white cotton socks, baby powder, lotions, liquid soap, nail files and cuticle sticks, bunion cushions, zip-locks (quart size), nail brushes with handles, travel size toiletries, deodorant, shampoo, bars of soap, toothbrushes and paste.

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