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December 23, 2012

Share the Spirit approaching $22,000 goal

CLAREMORE — There is still an opportunity for Rogers County residents to help with Share the Spirit.

Donations continue to pour in as the $22,000 goal is nearing. As of Friday afternoon, the total stood at $17,238.

The program, which provides Christmas dinner baskets, has helped thousands of Rogers County residents over the years.

If you would like to provide a little joy to your Rogers County neighbors who are struggling with a variety of needs this Christmas, make a donation to Share the Spirit.

Tax-deductible donations can be made to Share the Spirit, P.O. Box 248, Claremore, OK 74018, or left at the Progress office. Canned goods are also being collected.

Recent contributors include: Robert Kays. Robert and April Tull, Love Air Conditioning, Tommy and Kathy Andrews, The Burrows Insurance Agency, Evelyn Ragsdale, Keith and Christie Ballard, Billie Heiligman, H. Ray Custer Jr., Henry and Judith May, Betty Jensen, Katheryn Hinesley, Art and Diann Goad, Betty Smith, Karen Hendricks and Sandra McGrew, Keith and Diana Johnson, Wilfred Lee, St. Cecilia Catholic Church,  Lessley Foundation,  Kendall and Cheryl Dorsey, Bill Salwaechter, Ron and Norma Novotny, Church of the Nazarene, Freedom Class of Faith Baptist Church, John Williams Company, Skylark Pictures, LLC., Donald and Brenda Brown, Joan Brogan Wipf and Donald Wipf, Martha Sue Morrisett, Ernest and Beulah Haynes, Carson Taylorm, Abbey Taylor, and many annonymous donors.

Please consider how you can make a difference today.

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