Sharing Smiles Christmas

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This month we want to share smiles and brighten the holidays for those who may not be filled with cheer this season and for those that spread cheer. We will give away two gifts of $100.

The first is for a person/family that lost a job, is still recovering from the flood, is dealing with health issues, or in any other way are going through a tough time.

The second is for someone that goes out of their way to make others happy. It could be a volunteer, someone who exudes love or even an exceptional waiter.

Message us on Facebook or email us at with a nomination of someone you know (or yourself) and let us know why they are deserving this Christmas. Nominations can be made as a 1 minute or less video or a statement of 300 words or less.

Nominations are due by Sunday, December 21 and we’ll deliver the gifts on Christmas Eve.

2 thoughts on “Sharing Smiles Christmas

  1. My mother Susie Ketterman is a single mother with 6 children 2 of which she is still supporting. One of them is in collage in Alva,Ok and the other is a 13 year old who has downs syndrome. She gets by with just the help of her disabled sons social security check and at times can’t afford to by his diapers, pay bills,or buy groceries much less provide him with a Christmas present. She works as hard as she can doing some odd jobs but still isn’t surviving. She is a wonderful mother to her children and would do anything for them if she had the means. I believe she would be the perfect candidate for this program. Thank you for taking the time to read my suggestion and hope you take her into consideration. Happy holidays and God bless.

  2. I would like to nominate my sister, Lynda Bertsch. She has been instrumental in the Backpack Buddies program that provides food to elementary students that go hungry on the weekends. Lynda lines up volunteers to unload trucks, stuff backpacks and deliver the food to 102 students. Lynda is always willing to give of her time to make sure that the kids receive what they need. Last Christmas we found out that one of the kids didn’t have a coat so Lynda delivered a coat, hat, gloves, jeans and shirts along with some toys to make the boy’s Christmas a little better. Lynda often puts others needs before her own and has made a difference in many people’s lives.

    Thank you and Merry Christmas,

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