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  • Nov. 18, 2017 - 5:51 PM

Dollar Tree partners with Operation Homefront to support military families for Christmas

Operation Homefront and Dollar Tree Inc. will once again join forces this year to make the holidays brighter for military families with the nonprofit’s Holiday Toy Drive. For the 11th consecutive year, Dollar Tree customers can purchase toys for military kids, easing the financial burdens that often accompany the holiday season for junior- and midgrade (E1-E6) service members and their families.

Dollar Tree stores will have collection boxes available in which shoppers place their purchased toys, knowing they will be delivered to the children of the men and women in uniform. Operation Homefront volunteers collect the toys to be distributed at the nonprofit’s holiday events across the country and through on-base Family Readiness Groups.

Online contributions for all of Operation Homefront’s programs are also accepted at www.operationHomefront.org     

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Marshal Ashford joins Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors

Frank H. Barron, president of Lindsey’s, Inc. Realtors, recently announced the addition of Marshall Ashford to its staff of full-time real estate professionals. Ashford was born in Atlanta and moved to Newnan in the summer of 1995.  A graduate of East Coweta High School, he earned his bachelor’s degree in history and anthropology from the University of West Georgia in 2009.  He then launched his career with a large online retailer where he learned the finer points of digital business. This eventually led to the creation of his own online arbitrage company.  He is a graduate of the Barney Fletcher Real Estate School and takes satisfaction in making sure his customers find exactly what they are looking for.  He is looking forward to working with you to achieve your real estate goals.

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Enjoy your Thanksgiving Week!

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