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BOOKS AND SOUPS IN SEYMOUR

More than 500 people visited Seymour United Methodist Church for the 19th annual Used Book and Soup Sale on Saturday, January 14.  Thousands of donated books were available for purchase along with nearly 20 varieties of homemade soup.  Representatives from Griffin Hospital and Lincoln Tech were also on hand to administer blood pressure and A1C screenings.  Funds raised by the books and soups benefit the church’s missions.  Go to www.voicesnews.com to watch a video of this event and others like it.  (Eder photo) Comments (0)

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The Friends of the Keep Oxford Green called its eighth annual Toys for Tots Drive a success. Toys collected were donated to help Oxford residents in need. Ed Carver (top, left), Sgt. Dan Semosky, Denise Randall, Ed Carver, III (bottom, left), and Anna Rycenga assisted picking up the donated toys in December. Comments (0)

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