Santa wrapping gifts, filling stockings for Goldsboro party
By Linda Luck
Published in News on December 10, 2004 2:00 PM
Santa will arrive a little early for 610 children this year.
The jolly old fellow was invited to celebrate Christmas with the children next Saturday at the annual Empty Stocking Fund party.
All of the children are from homes where, without a helping hand, a visit from Santa Claus is a dream that will not come true.
As it has every year since 1912, the Empty Stocking Fund will make sure each child gets a new toy, some new clothes and a stocking filled with treats.
At least $33,000 is needed to pay for the party, gifts and treats.
Donations may be mailed to the News-Argus, P.O. Box 10629, Goldsboro, N.C., 27532; or brought to the newspaper office at 310 N. Berkeley Boulevard.
In Memory of Martell Davis by Mary Davis 25.00
In Memory of Theodore & Louiza Wooten by Mary Davis 25.00
In Loving Memory of our parents, Mr. & Mrs. Jonah Coley by Brantham & Aleather Coley 50.00
James & Sun Cha Bailey 50.00
Goldsboro Family Physicians 75.00
In Loving Memory of Clyde Reaves Sr. by Joyce Reaves 100.00
A Gift in Honor of Friends 50.00
Thomas Locksmith Service 50.00
In Loving Honor of Arnold G. Barwick & Lola c. Barwick 10.00
In Loving Memory of Dewey Lee Powell Sr. & Lelia C. Powell 10.00
In Loving Memory of Jasper & Eula Smith and Durrell Grant 50.00
In Memory of Rick Hinnant by Richard & Frances Hinnant 25.00
Edward & Yonnie Davis 15.00
Elks Lodge 200.00
Plantation Shoppe 50.00
The Classified Ads Dept. of the News-Argus 40.00
Wayne County Chamber Ambassadors 160.00
In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. John H. Crawford 100.00
In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. Hal Tanner 100.00
In Memory of Don Creech by Creech Roofing 100.00
In Memory of Tim Bartlett from Dot & Gene McKemie 50.00
Previous Total $17,337.00
Today's Total $1,335.00
Total To Date $18,672.00
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