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Light Bulb – T-Shirt Sales Raises $100,000 For Hopkins Family

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Ashley Hewitt, third from left, presents $100,000 to Whitney Hopkins and her children.
Ashley Hewitt, third from left, presents $100,000 to Whitney Hopkins and her children.

Ashley Hewitt spearheaded fundraising efforts that raised $100,000 for the family of Nick Hopkins, the State Police Officer Nick Hopkins who died in the line of duty this past August. Ashley Hewitt presented on Saturday a check for $100,000 to Whitney Hopkins for her and her children, Evelyn, Owen and Emma. Hewitt wishes to express …

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