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Donations gladly accepted at the Children's Justice Center


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Denise Wilstead and Kizzy Ellington are putting away food that was recently donated to the Family Support and Children's Justice Center. Donations of food, cleaning supplies, paper products and clothing are always welcome and appreciated. "The center operates off of grants and donations and we can't survive without this kind of help. Everything that comes into the Center goes back into the community in various ways, either here at the center or for emergency situations in our community," stated Ellington. "When we get these kind of donations, we can then use other available money to buy audio and video tapes, pay utilities, rent, and any other needed items." Your donations help children in Carbon and Emery counties and all donations are tax deductible. Any item is greatly appreciated.

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