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Liechty presents $5,000 donation to Kiwanis for Salvation Army

Jon Liechty of Liechty Entities presented a $5,000 check to Jamestown Kiwanis Club member Deb Clark while ringing the bell for the Salvation Army in Jamestown Dec. 12 at the Buffalo Mall. Liechty Entities includes Liechty Homes and Liechty Farms....

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Liechty Entities donates $5,000 to the Salvation Army in Jamestown. Kiwanis member Deb Clark is shown accepting a check from Jon Liechty while ringing the bell at the Buffalo Mall. submitted

Jon Liechty of Liechty Entities presented a $5,000 check to Jamestown Kiwanis Club member Deb Clark while ringing the bell for the Salvation Army in Jamestown Dec. 12 at the Buffalo Mall. Liechty Entities includes Liechty Homes and Liechty Farms.
“As a family we’ve always been grateful for the work that the Salvation Army does,” Liechty said as he presented the check. “This donation will help them continue to serve the area.”
Jamestown Kiwanis Club members have participated in bell ringing for many years and will volunteer three days during the Christmas season.
Katie Ryan-Anderson led the Dec. 14 Kiwanis meeting that was attended by 26 members and two guests at the Quality Inn & Suites. Don Caine led group singing and was accompanied by Sharon Caine, and Joyce Bentz collected “Happy Dollars” for Salvation Army.
Jamestown High School Key Club members Mara LeFevre and Hannah Jorgenson were the guests. LeFevre is president of the Key Club.
Member DeLette Winkelman will introduce Sean Johnson from the University of Jamestown to speak at the Dec. 28 noon luncheon Kiwanis meeting.
The 50 members of Jamestown Kiwanis meet at noon each Monday at the Quality Inn. They welcome new members to join the club whose mission is to improve the world one child and one community at a time.
For more information, visit www.Facebook.com/JamestownKiwanis , email JamestownKiwanis@gmail.com , or call Amanda Thrift at 253-3124.

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