Chabelos cares for kids

This past July residents of Chabelos RV Resort again showed their belief that it takes a village to raise a child

This past July residents of Chabelos RV Resort again showed their belief that it takes a village to raise a child by holding their fifth annual Chabelos Cares for Kids BBQ and Auction

This past July residents of Chabelos RV Resort again showed their belief that it takes a village to raise a child by holding their fifth annual Chabelos Cares for Kids BBQ and Auction, raising $1,800 plus 40 new unwrapped toys donated to the Chase Community Christmas Toy Shop.  Organizer Sandy Sirianni, along with Pat Everett, JoAnn Koester and Carol and Phil Clifton purchased the new toys and delivered them to the Community Toy Shop. They were received by Maureen MacDonald, president of the Chase Hamper Society and Community Toy Shop.

 

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