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National Charity League's Temecula Valley chapter hosts a 'comfort-a-thon'


Last updated 2/21/2019 at 11:18pm

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From left to right, Ticktockers Cloie Koperek, Kendal Clemens, Kelley Flanagan, Lauren Holmes and Holly Hunter cut out hot and cold rice bags, which were donated to Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center from the National Charity League's Temecula Valley chapter.

TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley chapter of the National Charity League Inc. held a "Comfort-a-thon" Jan. 26 to provide comfort to those in need. National Charity League is a nonprofit national organization of mother and daughter members in chapters across the United States.

The comfort-a-thon was held at a private residence and brought together chapter members who focused on making comfort items for their partnered philanthropies.

Ticktockers, the daughters, made twenty sensory therapy snakes for Littlefield Physical Therapy. These therapy snakes are filled with beans and support the pati...

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