Helping Hands raises funds with Mother’s Day Tea


Helping Hands annual Mother’s Day tea-luncheon held Friday at Williamsville Baptist Church brought in $1,753 which goes into the operation of the ministry.
Tickets, a silent auction and sale of refurbished jewelry raised the funds.

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