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3/19/05

Annie's Chat & Chew Held Saturday

"Annie's Chat and Chew" was held at the Mae Simmons Senior Center, Saturday morning. The fundraiser is in memory of former volunteer and Meals on Wheels board member Annie Sanders.

Donations were accepted at the door to help purchase meals for Lubbock's home bound community.

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