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It Was a Busy New Years Eve.

Operation Red Nose completed its final night of getting people and their vehicles home safely New Years Eve.  The Rotary Club’s Committee Chair Ted Hewitt says they had a successful night.  He explains New Years Eve was very busy for Operation Red Nose with a total of 41 rides and they had a great group of 25 volunteers from the community as a whole enough to field 7 teams so wait time to receive a ride was minimal. He adds again even though Operation Red Nose is a free service those receiving the service were very generous with their donations and all the funds collected stay within our community for children’s activities preferably in organized sports.

             

We’ll wrap up the full season of Operation Red Nose on tomorrow’s news.

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