Pennies for Presents deadline looms Audrey McCallum pours pennies into a change counter as volunteers count pennies for the Mirror’s Pennies for Presents campaign. Drop off your pennies and receive a free classified advertisement space. If your pennies are rolled

Pennies for Presents deadline looms

Funds raised by Pennies for Presents are used to buy presents to go into the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hampers

  • Dec. 8, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Pennies for Presents deadline looms

Audrey McCallum pours pennies into a change counter as volunteers count pennies for the Mirror’s Pennies for Presents campaign. Drop off your pennies and receive a free classified advertisement space. If your pennies are rolled, you can enter the draw for a $200 gift basket from Quality Foods. Please drop off your pennies by next Friday. The draw happens on Wed., Dec. 21, but the Mirror will accept pennies until Fri., Dec. 23. Funds raised by Pennies for Presents are used to buy presents to go into the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hampers for needy families.

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