, Corbin, KY


December 19, 2012

Thanks to Empty Stocking Fund donors, more donations needed

CORBIN — The 2012 Empty Stocking Fund Giveaway is set for Friday and Corbin Rotary continues to take donations to help support the needy in our community.

Among the recent donors we would like to thank are David E. and Cara Muffly, $500; Donald Barton MD, $250; Patil Foundation, $250; Drs. Brent and Terri Chumbley, $150; Patricia Anne Browning, $100; St. Paul’s Anglican Church, $100; Harrold and Jan Huddleston, $100; Whitaker Bank, $500; Tom Blair Insurance Agency, $100; John J. and Faye Baylor, $100; David & Patricia Huff, $100; Anne K. Hoskins, $100; TECO Coal Corp., $300; William K. and Anita D. Champlin $250; Rebecca Daniel, $200; Carmel and Jane Wallace, $100; Steve and Betty Surmont, $100;

Terry R. & Diane Skinner, $100; Walmart, $2,500; Hometown Bank, $500; Corbin Rotary Club, $500; Jack T. Cloyd, $500; J.N. and Ruth Lewis, $250; Johnny and Donna Woods, $25; Danny and Marsha Barnett, $50; Allen and Peggy Stephens in honor of Wanda Steele, $65; Jerry A. and Helen E. Rickett, $100; Russell and Judy Kindoll Messer, $100; Davis Salvage Company, $100; Sudir Patel, $101; Jack and Paul Taylor, $1,000.

Corbin Rotary Club still needs help raising $25,000 to bring Christmas joy to 501 needy children that are part of struggling families in the area. Those wanting to make tax deductible donations can still do so at any Hometown Bank location, with any Corbin Rotary member or by calling Christina Bentley, 528-7523 or Joe Caldwell, 606-878-7935.Checks should be payable to Southeast Kentucky Empty Stocking Fund.

Tom Foster, President of Corbin Rotary

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