Salvation Army Donates Thousands to Local Projects

Salvation Army Donates Thousands to Local Projects
Carol Allen (Salvation Army) and Misty Richards (BB Care and Rehab)

CUSTER COUNTY—The Salvation Army is helping communities prepare for summer! On Wednesday, the Custer County branch of the Salvation Army donated funds to five local communities for swimming lesson assistance. In addition, funds were also donated to three food pantries and the diaper depot.

Broken Bow Care and Rehab received $2,500 from the Salvation Army to assist with the recent receivership transition in which employees went without a paycheck for a number of weeks.

Swimming Lesson Assistance
City of Broken Bow: $2,000
City of Sargent: $500
Village of Ansley: $500
Village of Callaway: $500
Village of Arnold: $500

Food Pantry
Broken Bow: $2,000
Callaway:$500
Arnold: $500

Diaper Depot: $500

BB Care and Rehab Employees: $2,500

Julie Toline and Dennis Pace
Carol Allen and Lanette Doane
Carol Allen and Gwenda Horky
Adrienne Walz, Jurden Counts and Kathy Salts
Adrienne Walz and Darren Marten
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