Boadicea: What is our new Christmas project?

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Boadicea: What is our new Christmas project?

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Bo,

I enjoyed the opportunity to participate in your Christmas project last year, and am looking forward to your new one this year.
So, get busy, Gurl.

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Re: Boadicea: What is our new Christmas project?

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Baron wrote: December 7th, 2022, 7:35 pm Bo,

I enjoyed the opportunity to participate in your Christmas project last year, and am looking forward to your new one this year.
So, get busy, Gurl.

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Baron
The Huntsville Good Samaritans did their drive early(right after Thanksgiving), and they met all their fund raising in one day. Someone matched all the donations. I'm not sure what my project will be. There is a lady that runs a group called Huntsville Autistic Adults and she has asked people to adopt an autistic adult for Christmas. They are often overlooked as well as elderly people. I may go in that direction this season.

Thank you again, Baron, for your generosity last year.
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Re: Boadicea: What is our new Christmas project?

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Boadicea wrote: December 8th, 2022, 7:36 am The Huntsville Good Samaritans did their drive early (right after Thanksgiving), and they met all their fund raising in one day. Someone matched all the donations. I'm not sure what my project will be. There is a lady that runs a group called Huntsville Autistic Adults and she has asked people to adopt an autistic adult for Christmas. They are often overlooked as well as elderly people. I may go in that direction this season.
Bo,

One day, huh? Sounds like they found an "Angel," as we call them in the investment community. Good for them.
The lady with the Autistic Adult project has a tougher sell. People react more readily when kids are involved since there is no intellectual exercise required.
Let us know what you decide to do. Help is available.

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Re: Boadicea: What is our new Christmas project?

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Boadicea wrote: December 8th, 2022, 7:36 am They are often overlooked as well as elderly people. I may go in that direction this season.
Bo,

Don't neglect those "elderly people." We need attention, too.

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