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To the person or persons who took a tote from the Cedar Springs United Methodist church on Tuesday morning, October 6:
I want you to know just what you took. This tote was filled with health kits which were being sent for distribution to people who are victims of natural disasters or are refugees fleeing war. These combs, wash cloths, towels, toothbrushes, soap and nail care items were purchased with nickels, dimes and dollars contributed by children during Vactation Bible School and church members who supported them. They were expressing their concern for other children and their families who have nothing yet seek to regain their personal dignity. You did not steal from us – you have taken from folks who are really in desperate need. Think about it!
Ann Scott, Missions Team Chariperson
Cedar Springs United Methodist Church