Butler County Times Gazette
  • Some help for the Caring Center

  • People respond to pleas for assistance
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  • Evan Middleton with the Augusta Community Caring Center shared the following letter he received recently with a generous donation from an anonymous donor:
    “Evan, enclosed is a check for the Caring Center. It’s in response to your letter last week in the Gazette. I hope and pray the town is responding to your plea for holiday help in these tough times for many families.
    I do commend you, and those who assist you in your work, for without folks like you, so many young, middle-age and elderly would fall through the cracks of despair when times are tough.
    I feel fortunate that I have enough to share with the community that helped raise me.
    Grateful former resident”
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    DJ Engineering holds contest to help local Caring Center
    DJ Engineering's employee's group, E2E (Employee 2 Employee) is sponsoring a contest between departments to gather food for the Augusta Community Caring Center. The drive will end Nov. 14 and winners will be declared by 4 p.m. The initial goal was to gather 1,000 lbs. but current stats are looking at closer to twice that figure. The winning group will benefit by having special privileges at the annual Thanksgiving dinner to be held on Thursday, Nov. 15th.
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    Help the Caring Center
     
    The Augusta Community Caring Center, 208 W. 4th, needs your help. With the holiday season approaching, the goal is to provide Thanksgiving and Christmas meals for those in need. The Center will also distribute toys for children ages 1 - 12, of families in need. However, the immediate needs are food items to provide a traditional holiday meal for families at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
    Items needed are:
    • A 10-12 lb. turkey
    • Stuffing mix
    • Instant potatoes
    • Canned pumpkin pie filling
    • Canned cranberry sauce
    • Canned fruit
    • Pie mix
    • Canned sweet potatoes
    • Canned milk
    • Canned vegetables; green beans and corn
    Items may be dropped off on Mondays, 4-6 p.m., and Wednesdays and Fridays, 1-4 p.m.

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