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Gregory A. Summers
In November 1959, the Lancaster Jaycees announced plans for its second annual coat drive to help needy families in the county.
And in his role as spokesman for Lancaster County Associated Charities, Jack Caskey issued a call for toys, furniture and other items to give hurting local families a hand up.
It’s a given that some charities go unnoticed.
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