• Norwood boy's lemonade stand money buys dinner for senior center residents

    By: Alyssa Wilson


    NORWOOD, Mass. - Seamus O'Neil is no stranger to giving back to his community. 

    Boston 25 News first introduced you to the young Norwood boy last summer when he raised $280 for Norwood Police with his summer lemonade stand. 

    He hand-delivered the money to Chief William Brooks and that was the beginning of their very special friendship. 

    In January, Seamus stopped by the Norwood Police Department to drop off a key lime pie to the Chief, and he got a special tour. 

    Now, Seamus is back with more good deeds.

    The profits from this year's lemonade stand went to the Norwood Police Association, and they used the funds to provide dinner at the Norwood Senior Center. 

    Seamus and the Norwood officers served dinner and spent time with the residents of the Norwood Senior Center. 


    Way to go, Seamus and Norwood Police! 

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