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Published: November 4, 2013

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Homes Savings Charitable Foundation has donated $5,000 to The Camelot Center for its capital improvement project. The nonprofit Southington center operates programs that use horseback riding as therapy for children and adults who have physical, mental, emotional and learning disabilities. From left are Nicolette Darkangelo, president of The Camelot Center; Traci Vigorito, retail manager of Home Savings’ Howland office; Stephanie Maynard, student and volunteer, Camelot Center; and Debbie Meeker, director of Camelot.

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