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posted: 6/9/2014 5:01 AM

2014 Misercordia drive a big success

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We would like to express our deep appreciation to all those who helped to make Misericordia's 2014 Candy Days campaign a great success!

From the volunteers who covered the intersections, train stations and the storefronts (including Cub Scout Pack 130 and many bright, energetic students from Rolling Meadows and St. Viator high schools), to the residents of Arlington Heights, Rolling Meadows (and surrounding areas) who responded so generously, we sincerely appreciate your support!

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Proceeds from Candy Days help to insure that the 600 children and adults who call Misericordia home will continue to receive services which enhance their lives and help then to reach their full potential.

We will return next year in our red and white vests with smiling faces, and we hope you will come and visit us again.

Sharon and Steve Rickerson

Rolling Meadows

Claudia McGrath

Arlington Heights

Misericordia Candy Days coordinators

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