The Items listed below were given to the Nacogdoches County United Way by local non-profit agencies. The items will be collected by the Nacogdoches County United Way on Friday, April 4th, and distributed to the appropriate agencies. The agencies requesting assistance include: The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council, The Boys and Girls Club of Deep East Texas, Community Rx Help, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Nacogdoches Adult Learning Center, Nacogdoches County United Way, Nacogdoches HOPE, Nacogdoches Senior Citizen's Center, Nacogdoches Treatment Center The Solid Foundation, and Texas Therapy and Companion Pets. For more information, contact the Nacogdoches County United Way at (936) 564-5869.
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