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Christmas Happiness fund rises in memory of family, friends

A number of people gave to the Christmas Happiness Fund in memory of friends, family and others they admired this week. The fund, which provides gifts for needy children, is a great way to remember someone while making a difference.
The Christmas Happiness Fund helps Rowan County families in need buy gifts for their children. Itís sponsored by the Salisbury Post, which collects contributions. The Rowan County Department of Social Services distributes the funds.
For qualified families, a Christmas Happiness voucher will be issued for $25 for each child in the family, up to a family maximum of $100.
Bring contributions to the Salisbury Post, 131 W. Innes St., between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays or mail them to The Salisbury Post, Christmas Happiness Fund, P.O. Box 4639, Salisbury, NC 28145-4639.
Make checks payable to the Christmas Happiness Fund and indicate how you wish your donation listed.
In memory of Wiley G. Morgan by Elizabeth Morgan and Family $100.
In memory of Joe R. Norwood, Jr. by Elizabeth Norwood $100.
In memory of Faye Giles by Roscoe F. Giles ěRossî $50.
In memory of Rose Post by Roscoe F. Giles ěRossî $25.
In memory of Sylvia Fleming Young, Cliff and Jeffrey Mize, and Gene and Tony Fleming by Ruth Fleming $100.
Rockwell School class of 1950 Lunch Bunch $100.
In memory of Melvin K. Morgan by Betty Morgan and family $100.
In memory of Beryl and Richard by Jimmy and Ann $100.
In memory of Sally and JP by Jimmy and Ann $25.
Dayís total $700
Running total $4,825

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