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Blackville Circle K Collecting Donations for Families of Recent Tragedy

Blackville Circle K is collecting monetary donations for the families of Ty Croft, Kobe Curtis and Denver Jardine.

Amanda Brennan, store manager, says it’s the least they can do, “Our thoughts and prayers are going out to all of the families affected by the recent tragedy in our community. We have decided to display a donation jar that will be divided among the boys families. God bless you all.”

The donation jar is placed at the front counter. Blackville Circle K is located at 100 Main Street.

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1 Comment

  1. Bessie Ellis on September 17, 2020 at 12:34 pm

    That is a wonderful idea. I was in Blackville yesterday and wondered if there was a donation campaign going on for the families. Unfortunately I didn’t have to go into the gas station. Such a sad, tragic occurrence for any family to go through.

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