Generosity has flowed through communities in the Basin this Christmas season. Several deeds out of Duchesne County highlighted on social media recently include the following: The Duchesne County Food Pantry was especially blessed with donations, with over 2800 pounds of food from Roosevelt Junior High, 736 pounds from Union High Students,
410 pounds from Crescent
Point, and over 3000 pounds from Uintah Basin Healthcare. Many wonderful volunteers gave their time to the pantries. Uintah Basin Healthcare identified four groups that gave to the hospital: The Hales family donated tiles and swaddling blankets for those who experience an infant loss. There were arm loads of hand-made blankets for patients in Med-Surg from Western Ag Credit. The William family delivered gifts to pediatric patients for “Random Acts of Kindness for Rozee” honoring their angel baby girl. And a $200 dollar donation was given to the hospice team from Utah Power Credit Union to go towards their “sunshine baskets” that they give to grieving families who lose a loved one. And finally, Roosevelt City Police Department reported that the Basin Quilters Guild recently donated a large number of small quilts for officers to give to children involved in accidents or traumatic events.
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