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Helping the homeless

1st Advantage Federal Credit Union and the Kiwanis Club of Gloucester recently delivered another 100 toiletry bags for the homeless to the GUEST homeless shelter. Each bag held soap, deodorant, toothbrush and toothpaste, along with other essential toiletry items, with items donated by the club and 1st Advantage. To help in this ongoing project, drop off donations at the 1st Advantage branch at 6511 George Washington Memorial Highway, Gloucester. All will be gathered for the GUEST shelter and donated back to the Gloucester community. Shown putting together the bags are, from right, GUEST executive director Kristie Askew, GUEST and Kiwanis Club board member Herman “Bill” Parks, and Pamela Nichols, 1st Advantage regional manager and Kiwanis Club secretary.

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