Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

Letters to the Editor

December 19, 2012

Holy Rollers thank donors

Dec. 19, 2012 — The editor:

    The Holy Rollers Motorcycle Ministry would like to thank the following churchs, businesses, and individuals that so generously gave donations to help make the 5th Annual Gerad Maggard Memorial Toy Giveaway a success. Without your generosity we could not have done it. With your help we raised over $10,000 and gave 600 children toys. God bless and Merry Christmas to each one of you:

Bowen Chapel, Cherokee Freewill Baptist, Christway Church, Christ Community Church, First Baptist of Grayson, First Church of Nazarene of Grayson, Garvin Ridge Wesleyan, Globe Christian Church, Grayson Freewill Baptist, Hopewell United  Methodist, Mills Branch Apostolic, Mosby Church, New Beginnings Assembly of God, New Harvest Independent Church, New Hope Community Church, New Hope Church of God of Prophecy, New Life Victory Church, Old Oakland United Christian Church, Pactolus United Methodist, Pleasant Valley Gospel Tabernacle, Soldier Wesleyan, Three Pine Freewill Baptist, Victory Christian Center, Preacherman Ministry, Smithfield Packing Plant, Rocky & Christy Kiser, and many anonymous donations.

    Also the followiing that had drop boxes for toy donations an individuals that donated toys, Dollar General Stores, Grayson and Olive Hill, Fast Lube of Olive Hill, Carter County Cares, Caitie and Brady Reed, and all those that dropped off toys to the locations provided.

    GMMCC (Gerad Maggard Memorial Childrens Charity) motorcycle group for all your help in parking and assisting the families with picking up toys.

    Holy Rollers Motorcycle Ministry

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