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Gifts for Emmaus House

In December, the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Community Outreach Ministry collected, wrapped and delivered over 300 gifts to Emmaus House, Atlanta. The ministry also collected gifts appropriate for adults so that the children were able to purchase gifts for parents and grandparents for 5 -10 cents a gift. Emmaus House provides a safe haven for children with after school projects and enrichment programs.

Shown above, seated: Heidi and Page Bridges. Standing rear: Kent and Cheryl Dunson, John and Jackie Isbell, Kim Roether, Lynn Burns, Shirley Poole, (behind Shirley Poole: Elizabeth Howitt, Marge Brunson, Janet Permar, Joyce Hartwell) Kelly and Simon Byrom, Bill Permar, Jerry Burns. Photo/Special.

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