Beacon Still Has Older Children In Need of Christmas Presents

Sue Emmons, executive director of The Beacon.

The Beacon is a helping agency that during the Christmas season is the go-through agency for Adopt-A-Child.

This program helps provide Christmas presents to families with children up to fifth-grade age.

Currently, all families have been adopted, but “I have a few families that have older children that need presents,” Sue Emmons, executive director of the Beacon said. “Several grandparents on fixed incomes are raising grandchildren.”

For the Christmas Adopt-A-Child, sponsors are asked to choose only one clothing item and/or one gift item for each child, with a $30 per child limit.

Stated needs are asked to be purchased before toys.

The gifts are asked to be gift wrapped and tagged with the child’s first name and family member and delivered to Community Christian Church, 1919 Horton, not later than December 18, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

“We also handle the Elks Christmas Food Basket,” Emmons said. “It’s a generous Christmas basket they deliver.”

For more information contact Emmons at 620-223-6869 during office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

As a helping agency, the Beacon follows these guidelines:

Food Assistance Guidelines



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