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JOY Center makes for a warmer Christmas

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The Chaves County JOY Center has received for the sixth year donations of heaters, blankets and baskets full of food to distribute to seniors, most in need. Marlisa Walls, far right, a sales representative for Roswell Home Medical, has been coordinating donations each year. Walls says that this year’s donations came from individuals and community organizations as well as Roswell Home Medical, which provides medical supplies and equipment. On the left side of the tree are Roswell Home Medical employees, including driver Hernando Herrera, Customer Service Representative Melanie Fuentez and Office Manager Leeanna Saiz. On the right with Walls are Monica Duran, Chaves County JOY Center executive director, and Angie Sifuentes, Chaves County JOY Center case manager. Other Roswell Home Medical employees who helped in the effort but are not in the photo are Respiratory Therapist Tommy Lara and Customer Service Representative Megan Molinar. (Lisa Dunlap Photo)

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Lisa Dunlap is a general assignment reporter for the Roswell Daily Record.