Shelter residents pack boxes


The Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a second year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. The project was such a success last year when the homeless shelter had a goal of 50 boxes and ended up packing over 100 boxes. This year it has once again started the project with 50 boxes, but will not limit the project to that total. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the kind donations of Amatha Farrens State Farm Insurance, Hillsboro Family Dentistry, Dr. Antone Hall, DDS, and shelter staff.


The Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a second year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. The project was such a success last year when the homeless shelter had a goal of 50 boxes and ended up packing over 100 boxes. This year it has once again started the project with 50 boxes, but will not limit the project to that total. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the kind donations of Amatha Farrens State Farm Insurance, Hillsboro Family Dentistry, Dr. Antone Hall, DDS, and shelter staff.

The Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a second year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. The project was such a success last year when the homeless shelter had a goal of 50 boxes and ended up packing over 100 boxes. This year it has once again started the project with 50 boxes, but will not limit the project to that total. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the kind donations of Amatha Farrens State Farm Insurance, Hillsboro Family Dentistry, Dr. Antone Hall, DDS, and shelter staff.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_Shelter-pic.jpgThe Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a second year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. The project was such a success last year when the homeless shelter had a goal of 50 boxes and ended up packing over 100 boxes. This year it has once again started the project with 50 boxes, but will not limit the project to that total. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the kind donations of Amatha Farrens State Farm Insurance, Hillsboro Family Dentistry, Dr. Antone Hall, DDS, and shelter staff.
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