Tribune staff reports
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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