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    Posted December 12, 2013 by
    kelleyd52
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    Sheridan, Wyoming
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    Tell us the Good Stuff!

    Paying It Forward!

     
    Hello there, I am the founder of the Sheridan Angels in Sheridan Wyoming. I am a single Mom of 5, full time student (about to graduate) and I now started and run a non-profit called The Sheridan Angels. We have been fundraising all year to pay 1k worth of layaway's to the local Walmart, 1k worth of layaway's to the local Kmart, 1,300 dollars of toys to toys for tots, 400 dollars worth of artificial trees for people in our community with children and no trees, lights, decorations and bulbs, 500 worth of drive thru payoffs and we just got done giving out 25 thanksgiving meals. We help our community through paying it forward by random acts of kindness. We love and take care of one another, this town is unlike any other and the Angels are an amazing group of 2,400 people and we provide immediate assistance to those in trouble. Please see our group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/sheridanangels/, please see our blog at: http://sheridanangelswyo.wordpress.com/
    Please view our recent article published in The Sheridan Press Newspaper:
    http://thesheridanpress.com/?p=15235&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=sheridan-angels-continue-expansion-efforts

    We hope to change the world and encourage everyone to love and care for one another! Please help us spread the word. Thank you!

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