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Helping those in need should be holiday tradition

Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be a boom to the economy, but there are efforts that are good for the soul.
Nationally, look at #GivingTuesday started by the 92nd Street Y. Star of Hope based in Ellinwood is taking part in this movement.l
This refers to what organizers dream will become a rival the holiday powerhouse shopping days, only be bent towards charity not commercialism. “It is a day to celebrate our great tradition of generosity. A day for joining with colleagues, friends and family to support the causes we believe in. A day for giving,” 92nd Street ...

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