JA of Abbeville hosts annual Holiday Harvest Project

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JA of Abbeville members who assisted in this Project (kneeling) Nicole DesOrmeaux, Aimee Puhekker (back) Jamie Suire, Katie Villien, Angie Detraz, Laurie Gunter, Nealy Atkins, Jamie Hebert, Hollie Nelms Trahan, Donna Touchet and Annette Faulk.

ABBEVILLE – Junior Auxiliary of Abbeville kicked off the Thanksgiving holidays with their annual Holiday Harvest Project.
This long standing project is hosted at the Boys and Girls Club and over 100 members and their families attended.
Chapter members prepare and serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal for all in attendance to enjoy. This meal, to many of these families, is the only Thanksgiving they are treated to, so JA of Abbeville ensures a delicious meal in a festive, family atmosphere.
Thank you to the project chairmen Liz Perry and Aimee Puhekker for another great year of providing to the children in our Parish. Learn more about this Project by visiting www.jaofabbeville.org.
About Junior Auxiliary of Abbeville: Junior Auxiliary of Abbeville is non-profit organization that encourages members to render charitable services which are beneficial to the general public, with particular emphasis on children. They are a part of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries, which serves communities through 100 chapters in 8 southern states. As individuals and a chapter, we look for ways to improve the lives of children by developing and implementing programs to meet emotional, physical, and educational needs. This is accomplished through community service projects in the health, welfare, civic, and educational fields and by working closely with schools and other organizations in our community that help us identify needs and meet them.


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