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home : news : lakelands September 15, 2014

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12/9/2012 4:26:00 AM
Dollar General, Lost Boys and 96 PD team up for Christmas
Pictured, left to right: Officer McKee Boudreau, Ninety Six Town Councilwoman Joan Walker, Ninety Six Police Chief Robert Shingler, Dollar General Store Manager Teresa Crooks.
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Pictured, left to right: Officer McKee Boudreau, Ninety Six Town Councilwoman Joan Walker, Ninety Six Police Chief Robert Shingler, Dollar General Store Manager Teresa Crooks.

Brian King
Staff Writer


NINETY SIX, SC – Families in the Ninety Six area will have a brighter Christmas thanks to Dollar General in Ninety Six, the Lost Boys Motorcycle Club and the Ninety Six Police Department.

The Ninety Six Police Department has teamed up with Dollar General and the Lost Boys Motorcycle Club to help provide Christmas presents for children in the Ninety Six area. Toys can be purchased anywhere and dropped off at the Dollar General store in Ninety Six.

“We’re really happy that we were able to partner with the Lost Boys and Dollar General,” Ninety Six Police Chief Robert Shingler said. “Teresa (Crooks, Dollar General store manager) did a great job getting Dollar General to participate. We want to fill our trailer up with toys and make sure everyone in the area can experience a merry Christmas.”

If you know of a family that needs assistance, you can contact Chief Shingler at (864) 543-3122.



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