Angel Tree Family Gifts December, 2017

   
  
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    Christmas was a lot brighter for two Corbett families (one family with 7 children, and one family with 5 children) in need of help with gifts for their children.  Donna Hardman, Chaplain, and Bev Law, Secretary, pulled together gifts and food boxes.  Donna suggested we do an “Angel Giving Tree” at the Grange December dance/chili feed. Bev studied the Salvation Army Angel Tree website, and got some good ideas for the tree tags. Each (angel) child was asked to list three gifts they would like. One 9 year old boy wished for a fishing pole. (That’s the long wrapped “tube” in the picture.) He not only received a new rod, but also a tackle box, reel and lures! One family listed only clothing, but a phone call to the parents confirmed that toys and crafts would be very much appreciated, too. Thanks also goes to Caroline Oakley, Ceres, and her musicians for the fun sing-a-long and dancing at the December Christmas party/chili feed.  More than $250 was happily donated for the gifts. So many local people stepped up and gave so generously! We have such a great community of kindhearted and caring people. The two families the Grange helped were overwhelmed with gratitude.  Bev Law, 1/3/18

Christmas was a lot brighter for two Corbett families (one family with 7 children, and one family with 5 children) in need of help with gifts for their children.  Donna Hardman, Chaplain, and Bev Law, Secretary, pulled together gifts and food boxes.  Donna suggested we do an “Angel Giving Tree” at the Grange December dance/chili feed. Bev studied the Salvation Army Angel Tree website, and got some good ideas for the tree tags. Each (angel) child was asked to list three gifts they would like. One 9 year old boy wished for a fishing pole. (That’s the long wrapped “tube” in the picture.) He not only received a new rod, but also a tackle box, reel and lures! One family listed only clothing, but a phone call to the parents confirmed that toys and crafts would be very much appreciated, too. Thanks also goes to Caroline Oakley, Ceres, and her musicians for the fun sing-a-long and dancing at the December Christmas party/chili feed.  More than $250 was happily donated for the gifts. So many local people stepped up and gave so generously! We have such a great community of kindhearted and caring people. The two families the Grange helped were overwhelmed with gratitude. Bev Law, 1/3/18

Post Gorge Fire Celebration at the Grange on October 14, 2017

Sunset w/Fire Truck

Fire Chief Dave Flood

Kids on the Fire Truck

Gratitude Notes

Ladies' Tea Fashion Show on September 28, 2017

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