2013-01-10 / Top News

Linton Lions Toy Project helps Santa



Volunteers helped wrap gifts for the Linton Lions Club’s Annual Toy Project on Dec. 15 in the KEM Electric Hospitality Room. The Lions Toy Project is funded each year by a pancake and sausage breakfast held on the first Sunday of December. Deserving families are selected by the Emmons County Interagency Task Force, which also distributes the gifts. Gifts are purchased locally and wrapped, as appropriate, for a boy or girl of a certain age. Coordinator of this year’s Toy Project were Dennis Morris and Ryan Hulm. The Linton Hardware Center donated the wrapping paper and tape and also provided lunch for everyone involved. Helpers above are, back row, left to right, Kaylee Werlinger, Bailey Hulm, Erica Hoff-Wald, Aaron Hoff-Wald and Casondra Rutschke; front, Addison Hulm, Ryan Hoff-Wald, Abigail Hulm and Paige Hulm. Also helping were Sandy Werlinger, Dorinda Rutschke, Irene Fisher, Ryan and Jodi Hulm and Dennis and Eileen Morris. Volunteers helped wrap gifts for the Linton Lions Club’s Annual Toy Project on Dec. 15 in the KEM Electric Hospitality Room. The Lions Toy Project is funded each year by a pancake and sausage breakfast held on the first Sunday of December. Deserving families are selected by the Emmons County Interagency Task Force, which also distributes the gifts. Gifts are purchased locally and wrapped, as appropriate, for a boy or girl of a certain age. Coordinator of this year’s Toy Project were Dennis Morris and Ryan Hulm. The Linton Hardware Center donated the wrapping paper and tape and also provided lunch for everyone involved. Helpers above are, back row, left to right, Kaylee Werlinger, Bailey Hulm, Erica Hoff-Wald, Aaron Hoff-Wald and Casondra Rutschke; front, Addison Hulm, Ryan Hoff-Wald, Abigail Hulm and Paige Hulm. Also helping were Sandy Werlinger, Dorinda Rutschke, Irene Fisher, Ryan and Jodi Hulm and Dennis and Eileen Morris.

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