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RNA comes through for charities

Published: Saturday, April 12, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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John and Jane Espinoza of Sterling Royal Neighbors of America present teddy bears to Lindsey Peterson, a phlebotomist at Whiteside County Health Center in Rock Falls. The bears will be given to children after blood draws. photos submitted by John Espinoza.

STERLING – Royal Neighbors of America Chapter 30 donated to several individuals and organizations during February and March.

Contributions were distributed to the Royal Neighbors Foundation fund, $150 for the Empowering Women Program; $200 to Janet Freed and the “40 Assets” Group for Teens; $100 to the Walters family of Lyndon, who lost their home in a fire; $400 to April House to help upgrade the new site in Morrison; and 10 Teddy Bears to Whiteside County Health Center in Rock Falls, for children after blood draws.

 

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