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Posted: Saturday, November 20, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 6:25 am, Sat Nov 20, 2010.

Since December of last year, the Grinch has been making plans to steal Christmas this year. He tried the same thing last year, and the citizens of Lodi said, "no Way!" The result: Lodi Adopt a Child was able to provide Christmas gifts to 1,184 underprivileged children in Lodi. We have almost 1,200 kids enrolled in our Christmas Wish program this year.

I know dollars are tight, but for our kids, dollars are even tighter. We need your help this year to make sure the Grinch is again embarrassed. Please open your hearts and wallets.

You can adopt a child by picking up an angel card from our office at 100 E. Pine Street every day after Thanksgiving. Or, if shopping is not your thing, write a check and send it to the same address.

If you have any questions, comments or need angel cards delivered, please call us at 333-1056. Thank you and God bless.

Jerry Glenn

President

Lodi Adopt a Child Foundation

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