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All ages coming forward to support County angels

CHEERS! from the chief angel Susan Rose to these girlfriends who returned to the Benson Hall campaign centre to help out again this year. These elves dropped by after school and packed almost 90 more boxes of food.

CHEERS! from the chief angel Susan Rose to these girlfriends who returned to the Benson Hall campaign centre to help out again this year. These elves dropped by after school and packed almost 90 more boxes of food.

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Young elves arrive every year in care of Pam McRae to choose an angel and go shopping together.

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PECI students Elise Ens, Colleen Ball, Lucy Mee, Skylar Pierson and Julie Scott raised $205.50 by making and selling cards at the local Busy Hands event!

 

The Kinettes have delivered their annual support of angels in the County

The Kinettes have delivered their annual support of angels in the County

Last week, local performers sang and played music at the seventh annual Kids Helping Kids concert and raised $850 for the Angel Campaign.

Abbie Chapman presents $850 raised at the Kids Helping Kids concert.

With time running out for their Christmas campaign, the Prince Edward County CAS Angel Campaign has launched in the Benson Hall, Picton, office to meet the needs of more than 315 children.

Susan Rose, Chief Angel, notes there are still a number of angels on the tree who have not been chosen for assistance. This year, there is also a greater requirement for food donations.

The Angel Campaign office is open Monday – Saturday from 10a.m. to 3p.m. or call 613-848-7187.

Earlier this month, local performers sang and played music at the seventh annual Kids Helping Kids concert and raised $850 for the Angel Campaign.
Residents at Harmony House have turned in their shopping for four angels, along with lots of groceries.

“These two groups do this every year and they do a great job,” said Rose, who also thanks the Kinsmen Club for donating use of the space for the campaign.

Residents at Harmony House have turned in their shopping for four angels, along with lots of groceries.

Residents at Harmony House have turned in their shopping for four angels, along with lots of groceries.

 

Still many angels on the tree.

Still many angels on the tree.

 

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  1. Susan Rose says:

    Thank you, thank you to all the wonderful folks of our caring County! We have successfully, with everyone’s help, been able to put many smiles on our children’s faces and the warmth in their hearts, that Santa does exist! Please give yourselves a big hug.

  2. Theresa Durning says:

    Susan Rose, thank you so much for all of the hard work you and the elves do to make sure Santa finds every child in The County.

  3. Susan Rose says:

    December 16. Still have 14 angels on the tree! Please come and pick one up

  4. Susan Rose says:

    update…we are now at 315 angels, and we still have some on the tree! Please stop by and pick one up! Thank you

  5. Phil St-Jean says:

    Picton Kinsmen helped with 30 Angels again this year. As President of Kinsmen, I would like to issue a challenge to all the service clubs in the county. Pick up a few Angels and help make a child’s Christmas special.

  6. Susan Rose says:

    Have now reached 310 angels as of today! Some still on the tree, please come in and pick one! Thanks

  7. Sandra Lockyer says:

    It seems, for some of us, the more affluent we become, the more we shop for others who are also not in need.
    Your post gave me the idea to choose an angel from your tree to “give” (as in photos of what’s been given in their name) as a gift to that “hard to buy for person” that really doesn’t want more “stuff” themselves.
    Thanks, County Live!

  8. Susan Rose says:

    Countylive you are awesome! Thx for spreading the word!

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