Basket Fund tops $10,000


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The Christmas Basket Fund stands at $10,634, with $850 donated Thursday.

The 67th annual Christmas Basket Fund, sponsored by American Legion Post 89 in partnership with The Tribune, will supply gift cards from Jay C Food Stores to residents in need across Jackson County.

Donations can be left at The Tribune’s front desk or at PNC Bank in Seymour. Donors can contribute ­anonymously if they choose and can dedicate their donations to others.

Donations Thursday: Anonymous, Merry Christmas, $100; Larry and Kathe Caplinger, in memory of Richard Caplinger and Kirbie K. Cockerham, $25; Larry and Kathe Caplinger, in memory of Emmett Caplinger, Jr., John K. Keach Sr., Carolyn Keach Zeller and Rosemary Keach Hutchinson, $25; Larry and Kathe Caplinger, in memory of Emmett and Hettie Caplinger and Glenn and Lucile Keach, $25; Kaelen and Kylie Eglen, in loving memory of our baby sister, Kinzie Nichole Eglen, we love you, $10; with love, Mommy and Daddy, Aunt Melanie, Mamaw and Pappy Eglen, in loving memory of our precious little angel, Kinzie Nichole Eglen, $25; Brent, Lisa, Thomas and Stephen, in memory of Mike and Barbara Fleming, $100; Joe, Theresa, Nathan and Rachel Joray, in loving memory of Adam Joray, $250; Pat and Jerry Norrell, in loving memory of our son, Billy, our parents Bill and Mary Ulrey and Bob and Wilma Norrell, $100; Barbara and family, in memory of Eugene Morey and Charles and Gertrude Roberts, $20; anonymous, in loving memory of David Moellenhoff, $20; Women’s Christian Missionary Society of Reddington Christian Church in honor of those who started the organization 77 years ago, $50; Craig and Linda Moore, in memory of loved ones, $100.

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