Jr. Crime Stoppers Volunteer at Salvation Army to Help People in Need


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Jr. Crime Stoppers from Stone Middle School volunteered their time to assemble items for people in need.

The North Lamar students gathered packets that included toothpaste, soap, shampoo and deodorant, food items such as grapefruit and sweet potatoes for individuals who come to the shelter for temporary residence. The Salvation Army Corps Officers Lt. Nicholas Hutchison and Lt. Michelle Hutchinson ran the projects.



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