Donations will be taken through Friday and may be made at any one of the three Daily Home offices or by calling 256-362-1000 and asking for the Daily Home business office. They may also be made by telephone using a credit card or mailed to the office at P.O Box 977, Talladega, AL., 35161
Donations may be made anonymously, in honor or in memory of someone, or in the name of the person making the donation.
Donations made for the Talladega this week include $25 from Sharon Kent in memory of Sparky Downey; $25, anonymous; $100 from the Trinity United Methodist Women in honor of Mike and Pam Irons; $50 from Joan Ludwig in memory of Aaron Ludwig; $25 from Jo Ann Jarrett in memory of Waite Jarrett and Mark Jarrett; $50 from Russell and Martha Oliver in honor of Carson Olvera and Sue Mathews; $25 from Neal and Linda Rodgers in honor of their grandchildren and great-grandchild; $100, anonymous; $10 from Jane Myrick in memory of Timothy Myrick; $50, anonymous; $100 from Lela Locklin in memory of John Locklin Sr.; $25, anonymous; $100 from the members of the Alpha Xi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Iota; and $50 from Billy and Barbara Wilson in honor of their grandchildren.
From Sylacauga, donations this week include $25 from Sylavon Baptist Church; $50, anonymous; $50 from Theron and Earlene Kelley in memory of Betty Joyce Moss Collins; $100 from Wesley Chapel UMW; $50 from Ronny and Jan Minor in memory of Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Minor and Mrs. Grace McSween; $25 from the night WMU, FBC, Sylacauga in honor of Elaine Mitchem; $25, anonymous; $25, anonymous; $25 from Jo Harris in memory of Grady Harris; $100 from Penny Moore in memory of Dorothy R. Moore; $25, anonymous; $50 from Wayne and Deborah Rogers in memory of Stephanie Menzies; $50 from Linwood Harris in honor of his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren; $50 from Louise Hatchett in memory of Jim Hatchett; and $25 from Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knight in honor of her children and grandchildren.
Donations made from Childersburg include $50 from Glenda Chatman in memory of Henry Chatman and Kelly Joy Chatman; $25 from Dot Courington in memory of Coleman Courington; a $100 anonymous donation “in honor of The Salvation Army, who bought me shoes when I was a child;” $50 from Rufus K. Hill in memory of Phyllis S. Hill and George D. Hill; and $50, anonymous.
Donations made for Pell City and the St. Clair County area included $100 from Joe E. Golden; $25 from Myrt Pfannkuche in memory of Jim Pfannkuche; $50, anonymous; and $50 from Billie Jeffers.