HARTLAND CHILDREN’S HOLIDAY FUND: The Hartland Children’s Holiday Fund is currently accepting donations for area infants, children, and teens. Items needed are socks, underwear, blankets, slippers, boots, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, school supplies, hygiene supplies, toys including games and coloring books. The Hartland Children’s Holiday Fund, is a program funded to buy gifts free of charge for families in need in the Hartland, St. Albans and Palmyra communities. Donations will be distributed at a later date and time to be announced. Individuals interested in donating items may do so by contacting Barbara Day at 938-3565 or Shirley Humphrey at 938-2159.
CHILD REGISTRATIONS SOUGHT: Residents of Hartland, St. Albans, and Palmyra are encouraged to register their infants, children, or teens for the up and coming Hartland Children’s Holiday Fund. The Hartland Children’s Holiday Fund is a program that provides gifts free of charge to local families in need. In order to register your child for a free gift contact Barbara Day at 938-3565 or Shirley Humphrey at 938-2159 by Thursday, December 7th.
COMMUNITY GIVING TREE: The Grace Linn United Methodist Church is organizing a community Giving Tree for area children in need of toys and clothes for Christmas. Therefore, applications and donations are now being accepted. Parents/guardians are asked to sign-up their children or individuals are asked to have their donations in by Monday, November 27th. Gifts can be picked up on Saturday, December 2nd from 9 to 11 AM. The church is located at 8 Seekins Street. For more information on donations or to sign-up your child/children contact Ethelyn Bowman at 938-4412 or Helene Libby at 938-2282.
CHRISTMAS GIVING TREE: The Town of Palmyra with help from the Community Center Boosters are again sponsoring a Christmas Giving Tree for children 18 years of age and younger. Residents in need are encouraged to apply at the Town Office. The deadline for completed applications is Saturday, December 9th. Donations will also be greatly appreciated and accepted.
COMMUNITY GIVING TREE: The Corinna United Methodist Church is coordinating the community “Giving Tree” again this year. There are families that are in need of a little help from Santa and the program will help provide gifts of warm clothing, a toy or two or an item of special interest to the child ages newborn through 18. This year, local seniors will be included in the group of individuals helped during the holidays. Families that are seeking assistance should contact Carol at 278-7952 by Thursday, November 30th.