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Sheriff’s office, realtors make contributions to Christmas Angels program

December 10, 2012
By cnp
Posted in Community Service

A pair of organizations recently made donations to the University of the Ozarks Women's (UOW) Christmas Angels program.

Johnson County Sheriff Jimmy Dorney made an $882 donation from the Sheriff’s Office to the program from proceeds collected during a Poker Run held during the summer.

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Those who attended the presentation with Sheriff Dorney included, UOW members (from left) Connie Booty, Karen Schluterman, Ramona Cogan, Monica Frizzell, EmmaLee Morrow, Wilma Harris and Heather Dickerson.

Also contributing to the UOW Christmas Angles program was the Johnson County Board of Realtors, which made a $500 donation from money collected during the organization’s annual tea cup auction.

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Those at the presentation were (from left), Monica Frizzell of UOW; Connie Booty of UOW; Ramona Cogan of UOW; Heather Dickerson of UOW; Karla Wood of UOW; Teresa Smith, fundraising committee chairperson of JCBR; Debbie Siebenmorgen of UOW; Deana Selby, executive officer of JCBR; Jim Stanley, president of JCBR; and Wilma Harris of UOW. The Johnson County Board of Realtors represents more than 50 real estate agents throughout the county.

The Christmas Angels program is expected to provide toys and clothing for more than 900 underprivileged children in Johnson County this year.