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January 14, 2009

Good News Fund raises $20,156

The Herald Good News Fund's 16th annual drive raised $20,156 to provide turkeys for Christmas to families who ordinarily would be unable to afford such a holiday staple.

People still wanting to make a contribution should make their checks payable to The Good News Fund and mail them in care of The Herald, Box 51, Sharon 16146. Contributions also may be dropped off at The Herald's main office, 52 S. Dock St., Sharon.

All donations to The Good News Fund by residents and businesses are tax-deductible. From the donations, turkeys will be provided to local families through the Community Food Warehouse of the Shenango Valley and its network of 16 pantries.

The following have donated to this year's campaign, as of Dec. 31:

Sharon High School Class of 1947.

Sam and Mildred Kudelko, Sharon.

Gerard T. Hanley, Sharpsville.

Michael A. Mihlo, Hermitage, in memory of my parents, Joe and Delores "Dee" Mihlo.

Margaret Cione, Sharon.

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Pleban.

Mandy Swartz, Farrell.

Rick and Monica Roskos, Hermitage, in memory of George Roskos and Leonard and Harriet Chess.

Betty Jane Krafft, Sharon.

In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baran by daughters Mary and Rose.

In memory of Mary Korab by cousins Mary and Rose.

In memory of John H. Kimbrough by wife, Mary.

Rosemary Sangregorio, Hermitage, in memory of husband, Joe.

In loving memory of Edward J. Higgins by Patricia L. Higgins, Sharon.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Reale, Sharon.

Violet R. Beougher, Stoneboro.

John and Jean Biros, Pulaski.

Wayne and Donna Jean King, Mercer.

Mary Jane Anderson, Greenville.

George and Adrianne Ward.

Robert F. Quinn, Sharon.

Jack and Diane Skinner, Hermitage.

In memory of our dear brother, Rick Fragle.

In loving memory of Ed Dyll from Min.

Bran and Honey Vuich, Hermitage, in honor of our wonderful grandchildren.

In memory of my grandson, Lee Michael Shimshock, from Fran DePiero.

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