GIVING TREES AND HOLIDAY FUNDS
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PARKMAN
SANTA PROJECT: The Parkman Grange is again participating in the Santa Project for SAD 4, administered by Penquis. Each eligible child will get a winter coat, boots, socks and a toy. Angel trees will be set up at KC store in Parkman and Community Fitness in Guilford if you would like to sponsor a child. Boxes will also be set up for a sock drive. A great gift idea for that person who has everything is to participate in this program in that person’s name. Another way to help is if you enjoy making toys, a little child will appreciate sewing or knitting your handcrafted items.
CORINNA
GIVING TREE: The Corinna United Methodist Church is coordinating the Corinna Giving Tree again this year. The service assists low-income families in providing Christmas gifts for their children. Those who qualify for town assistance and would like help are asked to contact Carol at 278-7952 or Mary at 278-4180. Calls for help should be received prior to Friday, December 5th to ensure a donor can be found in time for Christmas delivery. Those interested in supporting the Corinna Giving Tree with gifts or monetary donations should call either of the above numbers.
HARTLAND
HOLIDAY FUND SEEKING DONATIONS: The Hartland Children’s Holiday Fund is gathering donations of gifts such as socks, mittens, hats, toys, games or school supplies for local area children from newborn to teens for Christmas. Colored pencils and markers are especially needed this year. A contribution box will be at the Christmas Fair at the Irving Tanning Community Center on Elm Street on Saturday, December 6th. You may also contact Barbara Day at 938-3565 or Shirley Humphrey at 938-2159. Residents in the Hartland, St. Albans and Palmyra area may register for this program.
HOLIDAY FUND GATHERING NAMES: The Hartland Children’s Holiday Fund is gathering names of children from newborn to teens for a distribution of gifts on Saturday, December 13th. Residents in the Hartland, St. Albans and Palmyra area may register for this program by calling Barbara Day at 938-3565 or Shirley Humphrey at 938-2159. Anyone wishing to donate gifts such as socks, mittens, hats, toys, games or school supplies may call the same numbers. Additionally, a contribution box will be at the Christmas Craft Fair at the Irving Tanning Community Center on Elm Street on Saturday, December 6th.
CHRISTMAS GIVING TREE: The Grace Linn Memorial United Methodist Church is organizing a Community Giving Tree for area children in need of toys and clothes for Christmas. Distribution of gifts will be Saturday, December 6th. For more information, please call Ethelyn Bowman at 938-4412 or Marilyn Carr at 938-2236.