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Cops for Kids with Cancer help out a child from Revere

Cops for Kids with Cancer help out a child from Revere

Cops for Kids with Cancer board of directors member Edward McNelley hands a check for $5,000 to Claudia Cardona and her daughter Emilia Alvarez, 6, to help pay for Emilia's treatment and needs as, from left, Emilia's brother Lukas Diaz, Revere Police Chief, Revere Police detective David Caramanica, Maria Quintero, Cops for Kids with Cancer board of directors member Michael Drummy, and Beatriz Cardona look on.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Cops for Kids with Cancer help out a child from Revere

Emilia Alvarez, 6, of Revere opens Christmas gifts from Cops for Kids with Cancer as her mother Claudia Cardona looks on at Revere Police Headquarters on Thursday.

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Emilia Alvarez, 6, of Revere opens Christmas gifts from Cops for Kids with Cancer at Revere Police Headquarters on Thursday.

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Cops for Kids with Cancer help out a child from Revere

Emilia Alvarez lets out a little smile after Revere Police detective David Caramanica hands her a stuffed animal which is part of her gifts from Cops for Kids with Cancer.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Cops for Kids with Cancer help out a child from Revere

Emilia Alvarez, 6, of Revere opens Christmas gifts from Cops for Kids with Cancer at Revere Police Headquarters on Thursday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Cops for Kids with Cancer help out a child from Revere

Emilia Alvarez, 6, of Revere opens Christmas gifts from Cops for Kids with Cancer as her mother Claudia Cardona and brother Lukas Diaz look on at Revere Police Headquarters on Thursday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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Cops for Kids with Cancer help out a child from Revere

Emilia Alvarez, 6, of Revere opens Christmas gifts from Cops for Kids with Cancer as her mother Claudia Cardona looks on at Revere Police Headquarters on Thursday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

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