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Local market helping with Living Water project

October 29, 2012

A local supermarket is doing its part to help with a special project being done by Living Water Ministries this holiday season.
Becky Dietz, director of Living Water Ministries, said Lowe’s Supermarket has graciously set up a table for all of the contents for its “Bags of Blessings” project. These will be distributed by Living Water to the less fortunate during Thanksgiving and Christmas.
“We’re so grateful to Lowe’s Supermarket for creating a convenient way to shop for Bags of Blessings,” she said. “We hope the people of Hutchinson County will participate!”
The Bags of Blessings include the following:
Cake Mix--any flavor
Cake Frosting--any flavor
Cranberry Sauce--15 oz. can
Jell-O--1 small any flavor
Instant Potatoes--1 box
Mini Marshmallows--1 small bag
Brown Sugar--1 lb.
Stove Top Stuffing--1 box
Canned Pumpkin--1-15 oz. can
Sugar--4 lb. bag
Fried Onion Rings--3 oz. can
Chicken Broth--14 oz. can
Yams--15 oz. can
Cream of Mushroom Soup--10 oz. can
Canned Green Beans--2-15 oz. Cans
Bags of Blessings need to be returned to Living Water by Nov. 8 so it will have time to get organized. Messages can also put in the bags if people so choose.
Churches, organizations, Sunday Schools, schools, and the public are asked to be a part of this project.
For more information on Living Water Ministries and its Bags of Blessings program, call 274-6434. Living Water Ministries is located at 103 West Fourth in Borger.

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