Lots of ways to Share the Spirit

  • Thursday, November 21, 2013 10:35am
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Now that winter has arrived, it is time to turn our thoughts to the coming holidays and we wanted to drop a quick note asking everyone to keep Share the Spirit in your thoughts, when planning for the holidays. Plan to volunteer on Spaghetti Feed Day Dec. 10 or on Basket Packing Day Dec. 20. When planning where to donate, remember our food drives and “gift” trees and plan to buy a gift or two for a needy child in our area. When talking with friends and co-workers plan to Adopt-A-Family and care for a needy household. Applications will be available starting Nov. 25 for both the Adopt-A-Family program and for households that find themselves in need. More information will follow and you can always call the Share the Spirit information line at 235-7466 for specifics. 

Remember to share the spirit.

Jayne Locklar, president

Kelly Glidden, vice president

Shari Daugherty, basket co-chair

Share the Spirit’

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