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31st Annual Christmas Caring Tree

November 12, 2018

Littleton, NH - In an effort to help underprivileged children in our North County community have a magical holiday, Ammonoosuc Community Health Services and Littleton Regional Healthcare is supporting the 31st Annual "Christmas Caring Tree Project." This project is a joint community effort and includes support from Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Littleton Regional Healthcare, Garnet Hill, Littleton Area Rotary Club members, Passumpsic Savings Bank, and the Boys and Girls Club of the North Country.

The Caring Trees will be located in the lower atrium of Littleton Regional Healthcare outside the cafeteria and in the lobby of the Medical Office Building, decorated with tags identifying children in need by first name, age, sex, size, and each child's wish to make their holiday season a special one. LRH invites community members to choose a tag from the tree and purchase a special gift to make each child's wish come true. Unwrapped gifts, including the tag/label, should be delivered to the Boys and Girls Club in Lisbon, N.H. by Friday, December 7, 2018.

Gail Clark, director of marketing and community relations at Littleton Regional Healthcare stated, "This project is very important to families in Littleton and surrounding towns. It would not be possible without Amy Venezia who leads the initiative for Ammonoosuc Community Health Services. Littleton Regional Healthcare, along with other area businesses, share the gift tags with employees and community members of children who will enjoy a gift on Christmas day. More than 300 generous supporters select tags and purchase gifts for all of the children.

Anyone interested in selecting a gift tag should stop by LRH. If you are in need or know someone in need of help this holiday season, please call Amy Venezia at (603) 444-8245. If you would like LRH to put aside gift tags for you to support the Caring Tree, please call 603.444.9304.

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