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Christmas Community Dinner

For many of us, this is the time to leave crowds and noise behind, and hunker down for a quiet holiday with family and close friends.

But in some communities, Christmas Day just wouldn't be the same without the whole town coming together.

On Maritime Magazine this week, freelance broadcaster Philip Moscovitch brings us the story behind Bridgewater, Nova Scotia's Second Annual Community Christmas dinner.

And how organizers discovered the "needy" are not just those who may be short of money.

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