Program serves 10 families this Christmas


Santa Claus dropped by the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office to help deliver gifts and food Wednesday for the holidays to local families in need. It is done each year through For Highland County Kids, a non-profit organization ran through the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office that primarily assists with purchasing gifts and holiday meals for local families that are on waiting lists for other organizations. This year 10 families were served through the program. Pictured with Santa Claus are members of the prosecutor’s office, clockwise from left, Rachel Hudson, Molly Bolek, Kathryn Allen, Debbie Zile, Niki Glispie and Jim Roeder.


Santa Claus dropped by the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office to help deliver gifts and food Wednesday for the holidays to local families in need. It is done each year through For Highland County Kids, a non-profit organization ran through the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office that primarily assists with purchasing gifts and holiday meals for local families that are on waiting lists for other organizations. This year 10 families were served through the program. Pictured with Santa Claus are members of the prosecutor’s office, clockwise from left, Rachel Hudson, Molly Bolek, Kathryn Allen, Debbie Zile, Niki Glispie and Jim Roeder.

Santa Claus dropped by the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office to help deliver gifts and food Wednesday for the holidays to local families in need. It is done each year through For Highland County Kids, a non-profit organization ran through the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office that primarily assists with purchasing gifts and holiday meals for local families that are on waiting lists for other organizations. This year 10 families were served through the program. Pictured with Santa Claus are members of the prosecutor’s office, clockwise from left, Rachel Hudson, Molly Bolek, Kathryn Allen, Debbie Zile, Niki Glispie and Jim Roeder.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Gifts.jpgSanta Claus dropped by the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office to help deliver gifts and food Wednesday for the holidays to local families in need. It is done each year through For Highland County Kids, a non-profit organization ran through the Highland County Prosecutor’s Office that primarily assists with purchasing gifts and holiday meals for local families that are on waiting lists for other organizations. This year 10 families were served through the program. Pictured with Santa Claus are members of the prosecutor’s office, clockwise from left, Rachel Hudson, Molly Bolek, Kathryn Allen, Debbie Zile, Niki Glispie and Jim Roeder.
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