Local business, residents support food drive and toiletries, diaper drive

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  Our hats off to the Manager of the Dollar General store in Oracle. Family First appreciates the support Richard has given us from the Food Drive in November and the Toiletries and Diaper Drive in January. 

  Thank you for spreading the word about the services we provide to the community. We appreciate the donations given by the community in our box at the store.

/s/ Clare Grochocki

Family First Pregnancy Care Center

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