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To the editor:
Thank you Logan County for your support of the St.
John's United Church of Christ Outreach Ministry fundraiser at
Culver’s on February 21 with funds earned going to the purchase of
Narcan Kits for Emergency Responders in Logan County.
A check for $307.31 was presented to Emily Hauter of the Logan
County Health Department for purchase of kits.
A special thanks to the members of the Lincoln Community High School
National Honor Society students who served guests and cleaned tables
at Culver’s that night.
They were: Lauren Block, Hannah Cameron, Erika Dzekunskas, Brooklynn
Elsas, Heather Heidbreder, Katlyn Helton, Olivia Hudspeth, Sydney
Johnson, Adrienne Klockenga, Grace Konczyk, Ryann Rohlfs, Anna
Sielaff and Hallie Williams.
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“Your help was greatly appreciated!”
Outreach/Publicity Ministry of St. John United Church of Christ
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