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Chamber and A.C.T.I.O.N Generation committed to making 2nd Annual Ronald McDonald House fund drive bigger than last year's success.>

About: Ronald McDonald House helped Adair family while son at Kosair

By Donna Stotts, President, Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce :

Thank you so much, Telissa, for sharing Brent's story and your experience with the Ronald McDonald House. It has been a special place for many Columbia-Adair County families.

The Chamber and A.C.T.I.O.N. Generation are committed to making the 2nd Ronald McDonald House Wish List even greater than last year. It is something that everyone can participate in because any of the items needed are less than $3.

We encourage your business, church, school, or civic group to make a collection of items and bring them to the drop off on October 22 from 4:00 - 7:00pmCT. We also need volunteers to help sort the items. Please call the chamber for more information, (270) 384-6020.The items will once again be distributed to the Louisville and Lexington Ronald McDonald Houses.

This story was posted on 2009-09-30 09:12:56
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