Donation sparks idea for Douglas fundraising proje...
by Lindsay Moscarello
04:45 PM, Friday, November 27
A donation of toys to local group Faith in Action sparked an idea that has evolved into a new fundraising project benefiting the children of the community. Acceptance of donations began only in early November. However, organizer Mark DeNyse said h...

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