The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Local News

January 8, 2014

Toy Fund thanks donors, volunteers

“The Fayette County Christmas Toy Fund, Inc. and the Oak Hill Rotary Club would like to thank all who helped with this year’s Christmas party,” Susan Ingram of the Rotary Club said in a recent press release.

“The party provided toys, treats and coats to many children again this year. So thank you for your support.

“We would also like to say a special thank you to all those that gave up their time to work as volunteers. Although there are too many to list individually, without your support this event would not be possible,” she said.

Donors recognized by the Toy Fun are as follows:

Action Printing

Bank of Mount Hope, Oak Hill

Bank of Mount Hope, Mount Hope

Blaine and Annette Woodson

City of Oak Hill

Chase Bank

Dollar Tree, Beckley

Fayette County Commission

Fayette County National Bank

Fayette Plateau Club

Church of the Nazarene

Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Society

Fayetteville Baptist Church

Gentry Baptist Church

The Gideons

Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard

Highland Machinery

In memory of Marilyn Wriston

Lee’s Carpet

Lewis Christian Community Center

Lewis Nissan

LifeBridge Assembly

Minden Baptist Church

Mount Hope Christian Church

Mount Hope Christian Church Women

Mount Hope Lions Club

Oak Hill Family Chiropractic

Oak Hill Garbage

Oak Hill United Methodist Church

Senior Circle


Wood’s Pharmacy Inc.

Zeta Master MA 433 Beta Sigma Phi

Ben and Sandy Pena

Sammy and Linda Pugh

Dale Lattanzi

Patti and Dan Barton

Wanda Pino

Steve Tyra as Santa

Fred Ferri Jr.

A special thank you to Paquita Sarver

Barbara and Charles Wilson

Jeanne Young

Joan Young

Lora Nyburg

Jeannie Todaro

Carolyn and Michael Arritt

Barbara Blankenship

Matt Wender

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