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Our organization was recently blessed with an
outpouring of generosity and support from many community businesses
and organizations through a recent spaghetti dinner and silent
auction. The Lincoln Church of God "Because We Care" ministry took
it upon themselves to host a dinner for us, with all of the ticket
sale funds being put to good use in our child care center.
In order to pull this off, they enlisted the help of many area
businesses. We would like to take a moment to recognize and thank
all of them, and the Church of God, for their support of our
ministry. Our supporters were Lincoln IGA, Fox River Foods, Steak n
Shake, Bonanza, Rusty's, Daphne's, Hallie's, Glenn Brunk Stationers,
Graue Chevrolet, All About Me, McEntire's Maytag, MKS Jewelers,
Kroger, Wal-Mart, Shear Perfection and Rochelle Woolsey, Nita Hopp
and Jefferson Street Christian Church. We would also like to thank
those who helped serve or brought desserts, and to all those who
purchased tickets. This whole event brought many blessings to us,
and we thank you all.
Director, Christian Child Care
Christian Child Care Inc. exists to serve families in the greater
Logan County area by providing quality, Christ-centered child care,
services and programs in a nurturing, educationally oriented
April 16, 2007]
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