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DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) -

From the City of Douglas-

Douglas Fire Department recently presented a load of toys to the Sadie's House. 

 The toys were donated to Sadie's House to help the children, who are seeking a safe haven, with the healing process.

The picture to the right shows (Left to Right) Commissioner Richard Hutchinson, Sadie's House Victim Services Coordinator Kayla Ramos, Fire Department Administrative Assistant Shirley Ross, Director of Sadie's House Carole Williford, and Fire Inspector J. D. White.

 

 

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