Hundreds of veterans thanked for their service in Boston


By Christie Clayton

Dozens of volunteers gathered Saturday to participate in the largest veteran outreach projects in Boston.

Operation Thank a Vet was started in 2015 by the city’s Office of Veterans’ Services. The goal of the outreach program is to not only thank veterans for their service, but to also provide information about resources they may need.

Volunteers met at the Brighton Marine Health Center and then spread across the Allston-Brighton area to knock on veterans’ doors.

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