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Help House Christmas store open through Saturday

Parents and guardians, if your family has not been adopted by another agency or church, you may do your Christmas shopping for children’s gifts during Help House’s regular hours 10 a.m. to 1  p.m. this week through Saturday. You do not have to be registered with Help House to “shop” the Christmas store. There is no charge for any of the items; some adult gifts are still available.

Three beautiful fine porcelain dolls have been donated to be raffled off with proceeds going to Help House. Two of the dolls are from the Franklin Heirloom Gibson Girl Collection. “Kristina” is the 1st in the series, 21inches tall. The second is the “Christmas Angel” with a 24ct gold Halo, standing 16 inches tall. The third doll is a Lenox, fine porcelain doll. She is “Clara” from the Nutcracker, standing 16”.  Tickets may be purchased at Help House until the time of the drawing on Dec. 20. You need not be present to win.  Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Dolls are on display at Help House.

Harvesters Mobile Pantry will be in Lyndon Jones Park from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19. Help House will be closed Dec. 24 through Jan. 5.

It’s Christmas, a time when our hearts are filled with gratitude for everyone we have been allowed to serve and share the love of Christ with through all that God has provided. This ministry could not continue to grow if it were not for everyone that continues to support Help House financially, with food donations and especially in prayer. We wish you a blessed Christmas and a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year.

Help House news thanks to Raylene Quaney.

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