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Jaycees send thanks for 2011 Christmas drive success

Total of 111 families benefit from Jaycees 2011 Christmas program.

By Jennifer Carter, Public Affairs Officer
Adair County Jaycees

On December 18, 2010 the Adair County Jaycees with help from many individuals and groups delivered food baskets, fruit baskets, toys and certificates for clothes to many families in Adair County.

A total of 111 families and over 200 individuals benefitted from these deliveries. The Jaycees have been handing out Christmas cheer for many years and would like to say thank you to all of the businesses that donated items to be auctioned at the radio auction to raise money to once again be able to help families at Christmas.

Thank you to everyone that bought the items and have so generously paid for them in record numbers this year.

Those helping with deliveries Saturday were Breeding Area Volunteer Fire Department, Knifley Area Volunteer Fire Department, Sheriff-elect Harrison Moss, new Magistrate Harold Burton, Brother Joe Payne and Mrs. Payne, Sarah Burton and Hallye Burton.

We send a Special Thank You to The Kentucky State Police for donating food from their Cram the Cruiser program and Jeff, Cheryl, Kasey and Jeremy Wall for donating hand made fruit baskets which were the boys idea to make and donate. We apprecite all of the help and generosity from these individuals and groups.

Thank you to all of the Jaycees who helped and to Chairman Billy Rowe for many hours of work. Adair County Jaycees

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