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Sweet extras for the soldiers

Many benefit as Weston youths send candy to troops

JODI HILTON FOR THE BOSTON GLOBERikki Conley (left) and Ann Marie Kreft said Weston children have donated nearly 3,000 pounds of candy to soldiers abroad. JODI HILTON FOR THE BOSTON GLOBERikki Conley (left) and Ann Marie Kreft said Weston children have donated nearly 3,000 pounds of candy to soldiers abroad. (JODI HILTON FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Don Aucoin
Globe Staff / December 22, 2008

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WESTON - When Ann Marie Kreft's young son Gus was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes last fall, Halloween suddenly morphed from a carefree holiday to a candy-coated quandary. (Full article: 1272 words)

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