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The Tell City Kiwanis Club would like to thank the many donors to the Kiwanis Christmas Basket Program this year. Your donations, totaling $15,736, helped make Christmas brighter for hundreds of families.
Tell City Kiwanians provided 319 food baskets to families in Tell City, Cannelton, Troy and some rural areas while our partners at Perry Central Outreach provided 52 baskets at Perry Central with help from Tell City Kiwanis.
Many thanks to following Kiwanians and volunteers who helped distribute the baskets:
Cheri Taylor, Trish Thompson, Joan Hess, Betty Cash, Gloria Allen, Joe and Don Malone, Dot Kessner and her friend, Jim, Rita Mahoney, Bev and John Minto, Chad and Keith James and sons, Michael and Josh Elaman, Chris Zimmer, Marlow Smethurst, Barbara Ewing, Tony Hollinden, Eric Kehl, Kip Krizman, J.P. and Levi Hilgenhold and friends, Bob Harpenau and grandchildren, Jennifer Simpson, Mary Snyder, Bill Simpson, Kathy and Greg Clayton, Darlena LeClere, Mack Cail, Angelique Vogt and Rebecca Fenn.
Special thanks to Evelyn Adams and the volunteers, Ann Skiba and Gerald Yackle, at Jasper’s Food Pantry for being a distribution point in Cannelton.
Thanks to Domtar for the donation of the paper for the mailing and to United Way for the copying and folding of all letters; Perry County News for the labels for bulk mailing; and to the ladies and gentlemen of RSVP and to the Tell City and Perry Central Key Clubbers who stuffed all 7,800 plus letters that were mailed out.
We would also like to note that the following grocery stores who provided the food baskets for our give away: Noble’s IGA, Wal-Mart, Cash Savers and Mick’s Market.
Again, we thank the Perry County community for providing a good meal for so many families at Christmas.
President, Tell City