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Mulberry Square seeking little helpers for Santa in Angel Tree project

November 29, 2013

Pictured here (from left) are Vickie Amundson, Mulberry Square activities director; Grace Rouillard, resident; and Jen Gjurich, director of admissions and marketing at Mulberry Square, surrounding Mulberry’s Angel Tree. (Photo by Larry McGuire/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Have you started your Christmas shopping as of yet? Even if you have, then you might want to add some more names to your list
from Mulberry Square in Punxsy.

Vickie Amundson, Mulberry Square activities director, said they are holding a Christmas party on Dec. 23, and Santa Claus will be coming to bring gifts to all of the residents.

"We're looking for the community to purchase gifts for Santa to give to the residents so that everybody has one," Amundson said, adding that for this party, the gifts will all come from the community.

She said anyone who wants to offer to help can do so by calling 814-938-6020, extension 23.

For the full story, see Saturday's Spirit.

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