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Submitted by Claire Zurbuch


The “Fill-A-Cruiser” event in March brought in approximately 1,220 items along with $293 from Walmart and Save-A-Lot customers.

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(l-r) Officer Brandon Gray, Councilman Carl Hornung, Tyler Wagner, Jarred Rzeszotarski, Ryan Williams, Mayor Ben Garlich, Dawn White, Sheryl Williams and Jay Williams
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(l-r) Lieutenant Savage, Chief Joe Tucholski, Alli Fisher, Kurtis Fisher, Anna Fisher, Rebecca Fisher and Will Fisher of Middlefield.

On March 19, SS Edward’s and Lucy’s Samaritan’s Society had their Easter Giveaway. Approximately 2,100 food items including ham and paper products were distributed to area families in need. Parishioners helped in the 72 deliveries to the 194 people served.

Approximately 2100 food items including ham and paper products were distributed to needy families in the area. Parishioners helped in the 72 deliveries to the 194 people served.
SS Edwards and Lucy parishioners served approximately 2,100 food items including ham and paper products families in the area. They helped with the 72 deliveries to the 194 people served. Preparing for the food deliveries are: (l-r) Tom McAuley, Diane Eastridge and Dick Schill.
(l to r) are- Herb Rielinger, Monica Bierer, Ann Bierer, Chief Joe Tucholski, Brandon Savage and Carl Hornung
(l-r) Herb Rielinger, Monica Bierer, Ann Bierer, Police Chief Joe Tucholski, Police Lieutenant Brandon Savage and Middlefield Councilman Carl Hornung

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