Back-to-school backpacks being filled at Nashua’s Soup Kitchen and Shelter

Supply donations still needed

Staff photo by Don Himsel Glen Moran and Laurie Sweet were part of the Eversource crew at work in Nashua Wednesday.

For 25 years, the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter has served as home base for an effort to outfit the city’s at-risk children with what some take for granted each back-to-school season – a brand new backpack filled with supplies.

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