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Rubbermaid Donates Totes for Joplin Tornado Victim

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Friday, June 17, 2011

Pictured (from left to right) are Bill Jetton, Director of Missions, Mary Edmonds Rubbermaid Employee, and John Rhodes, Pastor at New Bethel Baptist Church.
The Cape Girardeau Baptist Association recently received some Rubbermaid Totes for the Joplin tornado victims. Mary Edmonds an employee at the Rubbermaid plant in Jackson requested and received the totes from their sister plant in Winfield, Kansas where the totes were made. Mary Edmonds, Rubbermaid Employee, delivered the totes to the association.

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Way to go Newell Rubbermaid and Mary. Good thinking

-- Posted by olebluehair on Sat, Jun 18, 2011, at 8:00 AM

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