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Saying farewell to Samaritans’ director

Pictured from left: Debbie DiMasi, Stacey Lucchino, Roberta Hurtig, and Christy Cashman.

Bill Brett for the Boston Globe

Pictured from left: Debbie DiMasi, Stacey Lucchino, Roberta Hurtig, and Christy Cashman.

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Actress-producer Christy Cashman and her husband, Jay, hosted a reception for Roberta Hurtig, who’s stepping down as executive director of Samaritans, a suicide prevention group serving Greater Boston. Guests included Samaritans supporters Debbie DiMasi, wife of former House Speaker Sal DiMasi, and Stacey Lucchino, wife of Sox CEO Larry Lucchino.

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