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National Doughnut Day 2010 in Los Angeles

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The doughnuts were eaten. The veterans were honored. And, our friends at Bakemark were thanked for their generous gift to The Salvation Army’s Haven program which serves veterans at-risk for homelessness.

Click on the arrow in the slideshow below to see more photos of the National Doughnut Day event this morning at the Haven in West Los Angeles.

It’s not too late to celebrate National Doughnut Day! Click here to find a participating store in your area that will be donating the proceeds from their doughnut sales today to The Salvation Army’s Haven program.

Click here to read more about the event on the Los Angeles Times’ website.
Click here to read more about National Doughnut Day on this blog.

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