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Sarah's home church, Bearwallow UMC, accepting funds for her

By Harriet Gold

Sarah Gardner's home church, Bear Wallow United Methodist Church, will be collecting donations as well as having fund raisers for financial help for Sarah and Stephen Gardner. We are so happy to be involved in helping this wonderful family. Every penny received will go to Sarah and Stephen.

Donation information is:Tax-free donations may be made to Bear Wallow United Methodist Church with Sarah Irvin Gardner noted in the memo line of your check. Every penny received will go to Sarah and Stephen Gardner. Checks may be mailed to:
Bear Wallow United Methodist Church - Special Account
(Be sure to write Sarah Irvin Gardner in the memo line of your check)
c/o Sue Bailey, Treasurer
3521 Snake Creek Road
Columbia, KY 42728
Other fundraisers are planned and will be announced soon on as well as through other media.

For more information, please contact Sue Bailey at (270) 384-4067 or Harriet Gold at (270) 250-3331.

This story was posted on 2010-05-24 10:21:49
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