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Trigg County Helping Hands
The Trigg County Helping Hands Organization raised more than $650 Saturday during their third annual Sweet Treats fundraiser at the Cadiz Christian Church Fellowship Hall.  Supporters purchased nearly 130 pounds of cookies and candy to help raise the money.  The organization also received $350 in donations to purchase Christmas Baskets this Christmas.  Betty McVey won a Cracker Barrel gift card and JoAnn Harvey won a Cat In The Hat Wreath donated by Loose Treasures.
 
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