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Columbia City Police give $100 to Ronald McDonald Charities

Thanks, Columbia Police Department!

By Ellen Zornes

Wow! The Columbia City Police just sent a $100 donation to Ronald McDonald House Charities. What a significant organization. There's still nearly two hours for those wishing to follow their example to do so. Thanks, Columbia Police Department, for being here for us.

There's still time to leave Monetary Donations for Ronald McDonald House Charities. These may be dropped off from 2pm-6pmCT in parking lot of the basement of the Chamber Building, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY. Volunteers are on hand now to help you. - Ellen Zornes

This story was posted on 2016-10-19 16:06:54
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