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The American Red Cross of Hancock, Seneca and Wyandot Counties will once again be wrapping gifts at the Findlay Village Mall. The Red Cross Holiday Gift Wrapping booth  will be open selected hours on weekends beginning Saturday,  December 6 and daily beginning Monday, December 1.  The Red Cross says volunteers will be working until the last present is wrapped on Christmas Eve.

Customers may choose from a selection of wrapping papers and coordinating bows. It is helpful if customers can bring a box in which to wrap their package.  The gift wrapping service is offered for a donation to benefit America Red Cross services.  Services supported include Disaster Relief, Health and Safety training, Blood Services and Services to Armed Forces and Military Families. The Red Cross gift wrapping booth will be located across from the Mall's service desk.  

For more information or to sign up for a three hour volunteer shift, visit www.hancockredcross.org or www.volunteerhancockcounty.org and on Facebook www.facebook.com/hancockcountyredcross or call (419) 422-9322.

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