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story.lead_photo.caption Reita Currie with Garland County Extension Homemakers recently presented around $375 worth of nonperishables to Area Agency on Aging, represented by Karen Chase, case management supervisor, and Jared Jones, case manager. - Submitted photo

Garland County Extension Homemakers recently gave back to the community over the holidays.

Tammy Jones with Jackson House receives 105 drawstring bags made and filled by Garland County Extension Homemakers members for tweens and teens served by the Jackson House family Christmas program from Rita Blackwood. - Submitted photo
Tammy Jones with Jackson House receives 105 drawstring bags made and filled by Garland County Extension Homemakers members for tweens and teens served by the Jackson House family Christmas program from Rita Blackwood. - Submitted photo

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