County Children’s Committee thanks donors

T he Washington County Children’s Committee wishes to acknowledge the following donations received from Dec. 16 to Jan. 4.

They were: Mr. and Mrs. John Ayers; the Knights of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rozell; and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Young.

This is the last listing of donors this year. We had a very successful year with a total of $3,542. Due to the generosity of the organizations, businesses and individuals in Whitehall and Dresden, this amount is the largest total in over 20 years. Although this drive is over, donations can be made at anytime throughout the year. They can be sent to Eileen Rozell, 32 School Street, Whitehall or Tammy DeLorme, 1778 Hatch Hill Road, Whitehall. Again we wish to thank all of the organizations, business and individuals in the towns of Dresden and Whitehall for their generosity.

 

Tammy DeLorme and Eileen Rozell, local letter chairmen

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