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Connellsville boy, aunt make imprint of spirit of Christmas giving

The Rev. Ewing Marietta receives a large toy donation from Noah Schrock, 7, after the child heard that Liberty Baptist Church was burglerized, losing all the collected gifts for local children's holiday. Sharper Images Tattooing and Body Piercing in Connellsville served as the collection spot. Mike Riggins owns the Connellsville business. Sharper Images posted the need on their Facebook page which brought in many donations. Lori C. Padilla/For the Daily Courier

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By Nancy Henry

Published: Friday, Dec. 28, 2012, 5:42 p.m.

Through her tattooing business' Facebook, the two elicit contributions of new and used toys before Dec. 25 to replace those stolen at Baptist church

 

 
 


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