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Community Briefs
12/19/2012 10:33:42 AM

Donations sought to deliver turkey dinners to families
The Liberty Lake Albertsons store is currently raising money to provide turkey dinners for local families for Christmas. The dinner also includes mashed potatoes, stuffing and gravy.

The store partners with groups such as Liberty Lake Church, Kiwanis Kids and local elementary schools to get the dinners delivered to families that need them the most.

Store officials said they are about $2,000 shy of reaching their $8,000 goal. The store will continue to accept donations until Dec. 24.

Support Sandy Hook community
Some local residents are raising funds for those affected by the school tragedy last week in Connecticut. Those interested in giving can visit any STCU branch and ask to donate to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund, member number 283054.

For more information, look up "Sandy Hook School Support Fund-Show your support Spokane" on Facebook.

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