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Algoma Community Caroling brings holiday spirit to homebound

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By Paul Schmitt

 

Three local organizations are working together again to help spread the holiday spirit in Algoma.  Kindness Matters, Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce and the Algoma Youth Club will be sponsoring a community caroling.  On December 19, volunteers will sing and give cookie plates to those who are homebound in the area.  Sara Krouse of the Algoma Chamber says bringing the caroling tradition back to Algoma worked great last year.

 

 

Nominations of people in the Algoma area that would like to receive caroling should be done by contacting the Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce before December 15.  You can find more information about participating in the Algoma Community Caroling with this story online.

 

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