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RNA Chapter 30 members make baskets

Published: Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012 1:15 a.m. CST
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Pictured are (front row, from left) Esther Bohms-President Chapter 30; Rachel Meiners (white jacket); and Alex Espinoza (holding the sign); and (back row) Robin Meiners, youth director; Terrie Snavely, recorder, treasurer; and members, Hannah Meiners, Lyck and Trinity Wimbley and Juanita Espinoza. Not pictured is John Espinoza, event planner. Photo submitted by Terry Gaskill.

STERLING – Royal Neighbors of America Adult and Youth Chapter 30 filled 10 baskets Oct. 27 at the YWCA. The Make a Difference Day project yielded four baskets for the YWCA; two baskets for FISH; one basket filled with five bags of dog food to Happy Tails; and one food basket each to Head Start, Loaves and Fishes and Hope Life Center.

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