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Operation Bootstrap looks to continue mission through appeal

2:32 AM, Dec. 10, 2012
Volunteers stack clothing at Operation Bootstrap, 5000 Heffron St. The nonprofit organization is holding its annual appeal through January, hoping to raise $375,000.
Volunteers stack clothing at Operation Bootstrap, 5000 Heffron St. The nonprofit organization is holding its annual appeal through January, hoping to raise $375,000.
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Roseann DeBot says that this year, all she needs to know about the need for services such as Operation Bootstrap comes from the people who walk through the door.

"This year, I have seen more than a few people who were here five or six years ago that thanked me and said they wouldn't be back," DeBot said. "They honestly felt that way, and I never thought we'd see them again. To me, it shows that the need is greater than ever."

Now in its 43rd year, the volunteers of Operation Bootstrap have helped serve those children, adults, handicapped and elderly who are in need of support. DeBot said the ...

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