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Wearing it well

Friday, December 5, 2008

On Friday, Prosecutor Lee Reberger and Chief Deputy Prosecutor Kim Jackson put gloves on the third-floor "Mitten Tree" in between court cases. The Clay County Prosecutor's Office is collecting donations of new mittens (and various other winter outerwear) from courthouse employees and the public to be distributed to area children and adults in need this winter. Donations may be made during normal business hours at the Prosecutor's Office. Ivy Jackson Photo.

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SOmeone needs to get Lee a hat to cover that bald head.

-- Posted by ape1 on Mon, Dec 8, 2008, at 4:44 PM

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