By Patricia Villers
DERBY — Alice Massa of Shelton, whose husband died this year, said Tuesday that getting assistance from St. Vincent De Paul Helping Hands of the Valley meant a lot to her.
The nonprofit runs a thrift shop and food pantry. It held its annual Thanksgiving distribution Tuesday.
Massa, who lost her job recently, said she also was injured in a fall this year. She has two grown children.
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