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Club Live doing its part to help others

The Associated PressClub Live members at Ready Springs School celebrate finishing wrapping 115 Christmas toys for the Salvation Army in December.
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Members of Club Live at Ready Springs School in Penn Valley celebrated the completion of wrapping 115 Christmas toys prior to delivery on Dec. 18 to the Salvation Army for distribution to disadvantaged children.

Earlier, the club raised $1,014 for the Twin Towers Orphan Fund by staging a bingo benefit at the school. Club members also recently made Thanksgiving table centerpieces for the residents of Bret Harte Retirement Inn.



Mike Pettingill is the club’s faculty advisor.


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