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Nun's letter to police brings libations back to nursing home

St. Paul police had fallen out of the habit of donating confiscated liquor to the Little Sisters of the Poor. But then Sister Theresa's letter explained that Sunday happy hour "has always been such a pleasant treat" for the senior citizens at Holy Family Residence. Happy days are here again.
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St. Paul police had fallen out of the habit of donating confiscated liquor to the Little Sisters of the Poor. But then Sister Theresa's letter explained that Sunday happy hour "has always been such a pleasant treat" for the senior citizens at Holy Family Residence. Happy days are here again.

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