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Camp fund pushes toward goal; still time to give

Memorial Day weekend is in front of us. Summer is almost here. That means summer camp can’t be far behind.

The Gazette Charities Send-a-Child-to-Camp Fund is closing in on its goal. If you are considering a donation to help the fund send kids to camp this season, don’t delay — now is the time.

The more the fund raises, the less chance there is that a child will be left out of the fun this summer. To donate, look for the donation coupon in today’s paper or go to wvgazette.com and click on the camp fund logo.

Here is a list of this week’s generous donors:

Carolyn Randolph, in memory of Larry Randolph, $100

John and Nancy Brallier, $100

Anonymous, in memory of my parents and in honor of my children, $20

Anonymous, in memory of Bill Herscher, $30

Ann Govea, $20

Anonymous, in memory of my childhood camp great experiences, $200

Anonymous, in memory of Margaret and Marguerite, $25

Anonymous, in honor of my grandkids, $100

Frances G. Hutton, $100

Jeannie Plumley, $25

Anonymous, in memory of my son, $50

Anonymous, in memory of Judy Bostian, $50

Peggy Jane Barker, in memory of Angela Barker, $50

Anonymous, in memory of T.O. Graves Jr., $25

Naresh and Indira Shah, $20

Camille and Jay Arceneaux, in honor of Michelle Proops, $200

Matthew R. Cimino, in memory of Friends of Bill Smith, $50

From their children, in memory of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel L. King, $150

Anonymous, in memory and in honor of Jimmy Givens and James Givens, $100

Anonymous, in memory of Donna Basham and in honor of Jesus Christ, $20

Norman Jordan, in memory of Rose Rogers, $25

Catherine Cornell, in memory of John Cornell, $50

Betty J. Booker, in memory of Emmett E. Booker, $50

Leslie N. Johnson, $200

Anonymous (combined), $725

Total for the week, $2,485

Grand total, $34,951.53


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