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Updated: 12/13/2017 08:30:03AM

Making Christmas a little brighter

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From left to right, MOAA Chapter President Mike Borders, Chapter Legislative Affairs Chair Tom Nunnallee, Majors Tim and Janice Roberts, Pam West of RE/MAX Realty Plus and her husband Glenn West, a MOAA chapter member, along with Christmas toys for the kids

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SEBRING —The South Central Florida Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America donated Christmas toys to the Highlands County Salvation Army in a joint effort to make Christmas a little brighter for local children. This is the third year that the chapter has supported this program. The chapter’s Legislative Affairs chair, Tom Nunnallee also is an Executive Director on the Advisory Board of the Highlands County Salvation Army. He coordinated the effort with Majors Tim and Janice Roberts of the local Salvation Army chapter to make the donation a reality. Chapter member Glenn West and his wife Pam were the biggest donors of toys. Pam works at RE/MAX Realty Plus, and coordinated an area-wide toy drive with them. The local chapters of MOAA and the Salvation Army greatly appreciate the kindness and generosity of those who donated a sleigh full of toys for the program. A special thanks to RE/MAX Realty Plus for their outstanding support of this effort.

MOAA is an independent, nonprofit organization of retired, active and former military officers, including the National Guard and Reserve, with some 393,000 members worldwide.

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