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Donations continue to come in for Empty Stocking Fund
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The Exchange Club of Effingham’s Empty Stocking Fund campaign will continue to take donations after Christmas.

“Everyday living can be enough to deal with in the economic times we are experiencing, but during Christmas it becomes more difficult,” said Reggie Loper, Effingham Exchange Club Empty Stocking Fund chairman. “It is hard to explain to a child why that special gift they have dreamed of all year was not waiting for them Christmas morning. Open your hearts, and your wallets, for those having it a little harder.”

Anyone wishing to donate to the Empty Stocking Fund may make a contribution at any BB&T Bank and Renasant Bank in Effingham. The Exchange Club is a 501c3 organization.

Sundi Williamson $200

Gnann’s Fix-It $50

Macedonia Baptist Church $250

Anonymous $2,500

Bill and Ruth Lee $100

Georgia Power Plant McIntosh employees and vendors $10,910

Ashley and Norma Jean Morgan $100

Don King and Donna C. Boyles $50

Renasant Bank $200

R. Carter Boyd $50

Mia and Chuck Thompson $100

Mickey and Kim Kicklighter $200

Paul E. and Sandra A. Bruner $200

The Gingy Project $700.32

Hadden Insurance Agency, Inc. $500

Dennis and Mary Dozier $150

Exchange Club of Effingham $500

Jim and Cindy Presnell $101

Anonymous $200