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Angel Campaign gets a boost from Harmony

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Harmony House presented a generous donation to the Prince Edward County CAS Angel Campaign last week. There are still some angels on the tree at Benson Hall, Picton. For those who are not able to shop for a specific child, donations of food are also welcome, as are donations of cash.
For details on how you can help, visit, or call Susan Rose at the Benson Hall, Picton office: 613-849-2286 (Photo Elisha MacDonald)

Firefighters show support for County Christmas charities

firefighters-supportHallowell Firefighters Association members showed their support to three community programs this week sharing money raised at their Maple in the County pancake breakfast.
The CAS Angel Campaign, the Picton United Church County Food Bank and the Salvation Army kettle fund were each presented $1,000.

Campaign assistant Elisha MacDonald says 337 children have been looked after so far, and shares this photograph of the tree full on angels in need as of Dec. 2.

Campaign assistant Elisha MacDonald says 337 children have been looked after so far, and shares this photograph of the tree full on angels in need as of Dec. 2.

“We raised the money with County support and in turn we are supporting the County,” said association treasurer Wes Manlow. “This is the season and we know they can put this money to good use.”

Thanking the firefighters for their generosity were  Chief Angel Susan Rose, the Food Bank’s Patricia Romkey and Dean Lock, of the Salvation Army.
“We still have about 50 or so angels left on the tree,” said Chief Angel Susan Rose, who admits to being a little worried, but optimistic.

For those who do not wish to shop for a specific child, donations of food are also welcome, as are donations of cash.
For details on how you can help, visit, or call Susan Rose at the Benson Hall, Picton office: 613-849-2286

The Angel Campaign, Salvation Army and the Picton and Wellington food banks maintain master lists to help ensure all who need assistance are served without duplication.

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