Giving a helping hand

Messenger photo by Rick Palsgrove
Bob Cramer (left) and Gary Boucher wrap a bicycle in a bag to be delivered to a family in need as part of the Groveport Madison Adopt-a-Family (GMAAF) efforts on Dec. 13. According to Go Groveport Executive Director Christine Boucher, the GMAAF, and its "community angels," will help 230 families, including 230 kids, this holiday season by providing them with clothing, gifts, food, and gift cards for perishable food. Additionally 30 more families totaling 110 kids will also receive items that came in with abundance this year. Boucher said another eight families with a total of 20 kids will also receive help because a late cash donation of $1,500 was received. Students from Groveport Madison junior and senior high schools, along with Scouts from Troop 103, also helped out. Items will be distributed on Dec. 19-20.
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