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local charity is working to make sure everyone has food on their table and
presents under the tree this holiday season.
just opened for those in need at Associated Charities of Lenawee County. The
director there says they plan to help more than 200 families this year.
donations are already coming in, and families in need can now register for help
this holiday season. Every year, the organization provides families with a food
basket and gifts for the children.
leave with smiles, and then I get lots of cards and telephone calls on the
happy holidays that they had because of Associated Charities of Lenawee, and
that's all due to the generous donations of the community," said Director
in need can register at the Associated Charities of Lenawee office before Nov.
26. Be sure to bring an ID, proof of income, proof of residency and birth
certificates of any children. Their hours are Tuesday and Friday from 9 a.m.
until 3 p.m. and Wednesday from noon until 6 p.m.
adopt a family for Christmas, contact the organization at 517-265-7255. They
are also accepting donations of new toys and non-perishable food until Dec. 13.