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Christmas treats

Christmas treats: Brian and Sandra Simmons are well stocked for Christmas after Brian’s name was drawn to win this gift basket provided by Quality Foods as a thank-you to Mirror readers who brought their Pennies for Presents in rolled. Brian’s name was drawn from 90 entries and he picked up his winnings last Friday. This year’s Pennies for Presents campaign raised more than $8,245 to buy presents for the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hamper Fund. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Christmas treats: Brian and Sandra Simmons are well stocked for Christmas after Brian’s name was drawn to win this gift basket provided by Quality Foods as a thank-you to Mirror readers who brought their Pennies for Presents in rolled. Brian’s name was drawn from 90 entries and he picked up his winnings last Friday. This year’s Pennies for Presents campaign raised more than $8,245 to buy presents for the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hamper Fund.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
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