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Day of Caring doing good works

  • ADELE R. ARGOT/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    ADELE R. ARGOT/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published November 02. 2012 05:03PM

When the Monroe County United Way Day of Caring was all said and done, some 21 companies sent 130 volunteers to 21 sites to do 49 different projects. Among the sites where busy folks helped do good work was the Garden of Giving in Chestnuthill Township. There, three teams led by Kathy Fisher, Jim Mannello and Bruce Palmenta, did a variety of things. Mannello's team was busy stringing up a divider fence in the area of the chicken run. Shown with Mannello, front left, during a photo break are Tony Sturlay from Belvidere, N.J.; and back, from left, Debra McPherson, Reeders; Sharon Kukal, Albrightsville; Matt Reaser, Stroudsburg; Kay Bond, Pen Argyl; and Donna Faulstick, Saylorsburg.

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