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Children’s Christmas Fund tops $6,600

December 21, 2012

Christmas is right around the corner, and Santa is shining up his sleigh. Thanks to all of you, Christmas will be a lighter, brighter for some little ones out there. The box at Prairie EyeCare is filling up and the children at St. Anselm’s wanted their contributions for others.
Thanks need to go out this week to Destry Miller - he celebrated his 11th birthday party by asking his guests to bring a child’s toy that was later donated to the Children’s Christmas Fund.
Due to your generosity, the Children’s Christmas Fund now sits at $6,601, including a check for $647 from the Broken Bow Lions from their ‘Santa’ program.

Donations this week include:
Broken Bow Lions Club
St. Anselm’s Pre K-12 grade Religious Ed. Program
Duane & Reba Amm - In memory of Deann Amm
Custer Public Power employees
Whiskey Barrel Coffee Group:
Stan Gembol, Lloyd Ramsey, Jim Peister
Steve Holcomb, Ed Datus, Louie Stithem
Kenneth & Janice Neville
Herman Safranek family - In memory of Karl Safranek
Monday Night Bridge Club
(correction from last week)
Holcomb Pharmacy Staff - In memory of Chuck Holcomb
Ted & Judy Baillie - In memory of Jeff Baillie
Norman & Janelle Custer
Gerald Geiselman
Roger Goeden
Carole Johnson
Keystone Class @ the United Methodist Church
Rolland & Janice White
St. Anselm’ 9th grade Religious Ed Program
Thanks also goes out to the staff
at North Park!
Ruth Sullivan, In memory of John Sullivan
Heritage Hall night shift staff
Buzz & DeeDee Downing - In memory of Bill, Ruth & Randy Borders & Jo Downing Waldron
Phillip & Cheryl Smith
Richard & Gaylene Amm - In memory of Lena Amm & Gladys Prescott
Sally Bell
In Memory of Dennis Burnett
Claris & Charlene Connely
Robert & Yvonne Cox
Mary Jane Gockley
Garrett & Cole Ulmer
In honor of our teachers
And youth leaders
Hunter Smith
In memory of my Grandpa, Clayton Wenquist

The Children’s Christmas Fund is a not-for-profit organization which helps needy families not just at Christmas, but throughout the year, with 100 percent of the moneys donated going to help those less fortunate.

Thanks Everyone.

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