Another Christmas has come and gone, and again we thank God that the Christmas Project was a success.

On behalf of myself, the WMU Associational Team and the Baptist Association,  we would like to express our gratitude for all the work that went into the Christmas Project. Most of all, we want to thank everyone who offered up prayers for our work.

It is truly a blessing to see what can be accomplished when the community and individuals work together to make a project successful.

Thank you to all who helped make 372 children have a wonderful Christmas. All the children received clothes and toys and 137 bicycles were given away.

Thank you to The Moulton Advertiser for the publicity they provided for the Christmas Project, the Department of Human Resources for providing a space to take applications, R.E. Trucking for providing us with a trailer truck to store and haul our packages and the Moulton Recreation Center for providing their facility for us to be able to distribute our gifts.

Thank you also to Toys for Tots for the bicycles and toys you supplied. Thank you to all the churches, organizations, clubs, groups and individuals who donated time, money, clothing, toys and bicycles.

A personal thank you goes to Bro. Robert Smith (DOM), Tammy Porter and Darlene Hanvey for all the time and help you all gave.

Also, a big thank you to all those individuals who worked so diligently to take applications, shop, fill wish lists and load and unload the truck.

God has truly blessed us again this year!

 

Charlotte Cheatham,

Associational WMU Director

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