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SAD TIMES: Christmas dinner at the Salvation...

SAD TIMES: Christmas dinner at the Salvation Army Hospitality House in Santa Ana will attract only 60 to 100, slightly more than show up for the regular seven-nights-a-week dinner but far fewer than the 200 who come for Thanksgiving. . . . “It’s hard to realize a lot of people just want the holiday to get over with,” said director Richard Roden. “They come from broken homes where the warmth of the Christmas tree really meant a lot once.”


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