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Crisis Center clients were presented with gas cards to assist with getting them to and from work.  Satellite member Allyson Mitchell led the October service project.
Providing a cuddly bear to a child who has been traumatized or abused can be comforting and our club is gathering new bears for this purpose.  Jean Mollard is leading the project in association with "Blankets and Bears" non-profit.  Our goal is to gather 50 brand new Bears, 25 Blankets and $1,000 cash for professional counseling for the children who have been traumatized.  Thank you to PROSPERITY BANK for stepping up as a $1,000 sponsor for the project!  Rotarian's are the leadership of our community and represent great companies such as Prosperity.  We appreciate everyone's help with this project      
 
Bears and items can be dropped off at The Redlands building located at 400 N Queen Street.
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