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Scrapbook, Jan. 11

Fire department toy drive

The Perryville Fire Department, the Raptors Motorcycle Club and the Perryville American Legion completed the annual Christmas Toy Drive on Tuesday, serving 13 families and about 25 children. 

Thanks to the Raptor’s Motorcycle Club who have contributed tens of thousands of dollars over the past several years to this project; the Perryville American Legion for their help and use of their building; the Dollar Store in Perryville, Farmer’s National Bank Perryville Branch, and Bluegrass Community Bank Perryville Branch; Mike Gorley for his generous contribution again; and to each one of you that contributed cash or toys.

Thank you for making this season bright for those less fortunate.

Photo submitted Members of the Raptors Motorcycle Club, Perryville American Legion and Perryville Fire Department gathered together to hand out toys to Perryville's children.

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Members of the Raptors Motorcycle Club, Perryville American Legion and Perryville Fire Department gathered together to hand out toys to Perryville’s children.

 

Girls in Action

The Girls in Action group from Bethel Baptist Church in Harrodsburg paid a special visit to the residents at Morning Pointe of Danville. The seniors were treated to holiday traditions, as they decorated seasonal sweets with the girls, exchanging their favorite Christmas memories, cookies and cheer.

Andy Stewart, left,  with from Bethel Baptist Church Girls in Action, and Alice Russell work together.

Andy Stewart, left, with from Bethel Baptist Church Girls in Action, and Alice Russell work together.

Alli Stewart from Bethel Baptist Church, and and Norma Caldwell, Morning Pointe of Danville resident, decorate Christmas cookies together.

Alli Stewart from Bethel Baptist Church, and and Norma Caldwell, Morning Pointe of Danville resident, decorate Christmas cookies together.

Advocate on vacation

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Betty Harp took The Advocate-Messenger on vacation to Clearwater Beach in June, 2016.