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Thank You, Silverton!

The Silverton Zenith Woman’s Club thanks the community of Silverton for all the help they received for their 2022 Tree of Giving project. Together we were able to make Christmas a little brighter for 208 children in the Silver Falls School District. We wish to particularly thank:

Hi-School Pharmacy, Immanuel Lutheran Church, St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Silver Creek Fellowship and Wilco for displaying the trees and accepting/storing individual gifts; Silverton Fire Dept. and Les Schwab for their toy drive; Silverton High School students for the gifts they purchased; the anonymous donor who made the beautiful mermaid tail blankets for girls; and all the members of the community who generously donated money and/or purchased gifts for the children.  

A special thank you to Immanuel Lutheran Church for the use of their gym to gather all gifts and toys, and for allowing us to use their facility for distribution of the gifts to families. 

If we have missed anyone, we apologize in advance. Blessings on all and we hope for happiness, healthiness, and prosperity in 2023! 

Silverton Zenith Woman’s Club

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