• Thomson Plastics gives children Christmas smiles
By Jim Wallace, Correspondent

Mike Jenkins, Thomson Plastics, Inc. plant manager, Margaret Sharp, executive director of Agape Ministries, Robin Andrews, purchasing manager and Patricia Howell, grind department supervisor, gather for the hand-over of the toys collected by Thomson Plastics employees on Thursday. Photo by Jim Wallace, Correspondent.

Numerous trips were made to vehicles Thursday morning as gifts collected for children in need were piled high.
Employees at Thomson Plastics, Inc., on Warrenton Highway, donated nearly 300 wrapped gifts to Agape Outreach Ministries. Gifts ranged from a bicycle to a goodie basket for a two-week-old.
Volunteers from Agape and employees of the industry loaded the gifts into four vehicles. Soon, those brightly wrapped presents will be in the hands of needy children in McDuffie and surrounding counties.
This is the third year that the company, a full-service manufacturer of custom molded plastic components, has teamed with Agape and each year, the donations from employees have risen and exceeded goals.
This year’s aim was to help 110 children. However, donations collected will help around 130.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., Dec. 25, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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