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Random Acts of Kindness: They help keep people cozy so we have something to make them feel warm and fuzzy

We surprise a mother-daughter duo who help keep the homeless community warm, one knitting project at a time

Welcome to the second day of Sudbury.com’s Random Acts of Kindness supported by @homeEnergy.

Pauline and Samantha St. Amour are the second recipients for an act of kindness this season, and they most certainly deserve it. 

This mother-daughter duo has given their time, effort and money to helping others. The two come together throughout the year to knit hats, mittens and scarves for the homeless community in Sudbury. Pauline’s husband and Samatha’s dad, Andy St. Amour, nominated these two to receive a random act of kindness from Sudbury.com. 

So with the help from local businesses, we surprise Pauline and Samantha with a wagon full of goodies for their acts of kindness.

Each weekday morning leading up to Christmas, Sudbury.com will recognize a deserving person, family or organization.

Visit Sudbury.com Monday morning again for our third act of kindness.