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Twin Cedars donates to needy in Africa

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Carl Braunagel, left, of Aliton’s Pharmacy, is working together with Twin Cedars Senior Living Center, whose owner Tamara Singer is seen at right, to donate excess medical equipment to the needy in Africa through Humble Helping Ministries.


December 29, 2011

SHOHOLA, PA — Twin Cedars Senior Living, an assisted living facility in Shohola, is working in conjunction with Aliton’s Pharmacy in Port Jervis and Humble Helping Ministries to collect donated medical equipment and supplies and to redistribute them to people in need in Africa. Carl Braunagel will deliver the supplies to the Village of Accraa, in West Ghana, Africa. He departs for his first mission on January 11, 2012.

In the spirit of the holiday season, Twin Cedars Senior Living will donate a surplus of walkers, canes and assistive devices to Braunagel’s mission.

Tamara Singer, owner of Twin Cedars Senior Living, has spearheaded the collection of excess equipment at Twin Cedars to donate to Humbled Helping Ministries.

To donate durable medical equipment or supplies for this medical mission, call Aliton’s Pharmacy at 845/856-8314, ext. 6511.