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January 9, 2013

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Randall Patterson

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Thanks to all who helped with annual Toy Fund party

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. 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 who gave up their time to work as volunteers, (too many to list individually); without your support this event would not be possible.

Thanks to: Action Printing; Active Fitness Center; Bank of Mount Hope; Blaine and Annette Woodson; City of Oak Hill; Chase; Dollar General Store; Dollar Tree; Fayette County Commission; Fayette County National Bank; Church of the Nazarene; Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Society.

Fayetteville Baptist Church; Gentry Baptist Church; Gerald’s Auto; Gideons; Hamilton, Burgess, Young & Pollard; Highland Machinery; Jesser Law Firm; Lewis Christian Community Center; 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; Plateau Club; Quota International of Plateau Area; United Bank; Walmart; Wood’s Pharmacy Inc.; Ben and Sandy Pena; Leon and Jennifer Ivey; Mrs. Pat Hamilton; Patti and Dan Barton; Wanda Pino; Gerald Hildebrand; and all volunteers.

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