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Care center supports school supply drive

10:19 AM, Aug. 26, 2013  |  Comments
To give back to the community, volunteers at the Marshfield Care Center purchased school supplies for the recent United Way campaign 'Fill a Backpack, Fill a Need.' Funds to purchase the supplies were raised in the volunteer gift shop at the Marshfield Care Center, which is supported by residents and staff. Pictured are Maxine Aschebrook (resident), from left, Mary Ann Sautner (volunteer), Gladyce Mess (resident), Bonnie Long (activity director), Earl Cammers (resident), Ruth Bergman (resident) and Rita Heil (volunteer).
To give back to the community, volunteers at the Marshfield Care Center purchased school supplies for the recent United Way campaign 'Fill a Backpack, Fill a Need.' Funds to purchase the supplies were raised in the volunteer gift shop at the Marshfield Care Center, which is supported by residents and staff. Pictured are Maxine Aschebrook (resident), from left, Mary Ann Sautner (volunteer), Gladyce Mess (resident), Bonnie Long (activity director), Earl Cammers (resident), Ruth Bergman (resident) and Rita Heil (volunteer).
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