Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Nutter in Giants hat

As promised, Mayor Nutter wore a Giants hat Thursday to make good on a bet with San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom over the outcome of the National League Championship.

Nutter in Giants hat

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Mayor Nutter, who placed a gentleman´s wager with his San Francisco counterpart, pays off his bet by donning a Giants ballcap. He greeted several homeless veterans wearing the cap, then gave it away to one of the vets.
Mayor Nutter, who placed a gentleman's wager with his San Francisco counterpart, pays off his bet by donning a Giants ballcap. He greeted several homeless veterans wearing the cap, then gave it away to one of the vets. Mitchell Leff

As promised, Mayor Nutter wore a Giants hat Thursday to make good on a bet with  San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom over the outcome of the National League Championship.

Nutter wore the hat while serving breakfast to veterans at Impact Services Dual Diagnosis Program, which serves homeless veterans.

Nutter gave the hat, which arrived in Cty Hall in a box with no note, to one of the veterans. The mayor also placed wreaths at several memorials throughout the city in honor of Veterans Day.

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