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By SHERI GOURD
The Tahlequah Daily Press 

Oklahoma nonprofit offers 'Community Care Chests' to needy

 

September 2, 2018



TAHLEQUAH, Okla. (AP) — Area residents in need will soon have more opportunities to get staple items, as Sweetwater Foundation is making "Community Care Chests" available here.

The "chests" are actually repurposed newspaper racks, and they will be filled with items ranging from food to school supplies to diapers.

While the Sweetwater Foundation was established to support children with cancer and their families, founders are branching out to help all in need, the Tahlequah Daily Press reported. Sweetwater is the nonprofit, and currently, three projects are under its umbrella: Community Car...



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