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Santa receives help from Memorial Regional Health in Craig to fill his sleigh

Santa accepts gifts donated by staff of Memorial Regional Health and delivered during the KRAI Holiday Drive by the Emergency Medical Services team in two ambulances.
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Santa Claus was delighted when two ambulances showed up at the 2017 KRAI Holiday Drive. The vehicles were filled with toys and other donations collected by employees of Memorial Regional Health. Besides toys for kids, the 19th annual 93.7/102.3 KRAI and 55 Country Holiday Drive resulted in toys, gifts for seniors and more than 3,500 pounds of non-perishable food. Also, more than $21,000 in cash was donated during the drive. More than $5,000 was donated to Christmas for Kids, $4,500 was donated to Christmas for Seniors, almost $7,500 went to the Interfaith Food Bank, and a little more than $4,000 was donated to Advocates Crisis Support Services.


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