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To the Editor:
The HARCATUS Family Support Office of Carrollton would like to extend sincere gratitude to the Carrollton Dollar General Market, Manager George Zevious and Assistant Manager Jim Fickes for their generous support.

Their donation of a huge variety of items made our Holiday Give-Aways a success and helped many Carroll County families. We truly appreciate their continued success.

We have accomplished so much by simply bringing smiles to worried faces and made the quality of life better for families that have fallen on hard times. Not every adult who comes to our office qualifies for the programs we offer, but no one in need is turned away when it comes to the holidays. We have a little bit of everything; something for children of all ages and interests.

We want to also thank some of the many individuals, organizations and businesses that have partnered with us through the years: Charlottee Johnson, Chris Ullman and the Stillfork 4-H Club, Belinda Mach, Ron Shockey, Agape Outreach, Carrollton High School, Church of Christ Christian Disciples, St. Francis Xavier Church, Smith Nursery and St. Gabriel Church. We have many more partnerships than space will allow us to name, but each is precious to us in their own special way.

Bonnie L. Mitchell
Office Manager
Carrollton HARCATUS office


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