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"Mason Jars" to be used to support Childrens Justice Center

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KASL morning personality Keith Mason is teaming up with the Children's Justice Center in Price for a unique fundraising campaign during the month of August.

Beginning Aug. 3, 2010 hundreds of Mason jars will be placed at retail locations throughout Price and Eastern Utah. KASL AM1080 will be airing public service messages throughout the month asking the community to donate their change when they see a Mason Jar. All proceeds will benefit the Children's Justice Center in Price.

KASL Morning personality Keith Mason says, "It is community involvement like this that makes my job that much more enjoyable. The Children's Justice Center has a special place in my heart and I'm honored that the Center has allowed me to partner with them in their fundraising efforts."

Children's Justice Center director, Shelly Wright says, "Keith has always been supportive of the community and the Justice Center, we're lucky to have somebody like Keith in our community and we look forward to working with KASL for this unique fundraiser." Mason jars will be on display at local businesses starting Aug. 3, 2010.

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