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Cody’s good deeds win $5,000 gold ticket

Posted 5/18/22

Hoxsie School third grader Cody Morin doubts he’ll be a gambler although good luck appears to be running in his family. Recently Cody’s Alan Shawn Feinstein ticket for performing good …

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Cody’s good deeds win $5,000 gold ticket

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Hoxsie School third grader Cody Morin doubts he’ll be a gambler although good luck appears to be running in his family. Recently Cody’s Alan Shawn Feinstein ticket for performing good deeds was drawn as a golden ticket, meaning he had won $5,000 for the school and another $500 for a charity of his choice. Cody picked the Dana -Farber Cancer Institute to receive the money because members of the family had gone there for medical assistance Last Friday Mark EiBach from Dana-Farber visited the school to thank Cody. He also gave Cody a pair of hats, suggesting he give one to a school friend. Cody said he thought about that and felt it would be unfair that only one classmate would get a hat, so he gave it to his grandfather. As for whether luck runs in the family, Cody said his mother came home $500 richer from the casino. Pictured at a check presentation at the school from left are: EiBach, Cody’s father, Richard, Cody, his mother Diana, aunt Anna O’Brien, grandmother Jean Morin and school Principal Gary McCoombs. (Photo courtesy of Stephany Ashton, Hoxsie Feinstein coordinator)

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