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Tuesday, 10 April 2018 16:19

Detroit Rescue Missions Woman's Shelter receives Care Packages from Deputies and High School Students

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100 care packages, including 200 tooth brushes, were made by “Kids with Compassion," a group of students from Northvile High School, who worked in conjunction with the Sheriffs Office.

The Wayne County Deputies delivered the packages to the "Detroit Rescue Missions Woman's Shelter" on Monday.  Deputy Hall is pictured with some of those who helped. 

 

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