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Doris Stewart, left, Sheila Carter and Ruth Goodwin, residents at Berwick on the Lake Retirement Community, are veterans from the News Bulletin’s Pennies for Presents campaign who have taken on the chore of sorting and rolling coins for the Coins for Kids campaign. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Doris Stewart, left, Sheila Carter and Ruth Goodwin, residents at Berwick on the Lake Retirement Community, are veterans from the News Bulletin’s Pennies for Presents campaign who have taken on the chore of sorting and rolling coins for the Coins for Kids campaign.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Doris Stewart, left, Sheila Carter and Ruth Goodwin, residents at Berwick on the Lake Retirement Community, are veterans from the News Bulletin’s Pennies for Presents campaign who have taken on the chore of sorting and rolling coins for the Coins for Kids campaign.

The women are part of a core group of about 10 volunteers who roll coins donated to the campaign.

The campaign officially wrapped up Thursday, but donations can still be dropped off at the News Bulletin office at 777 Poplar St. on Monday (Dec. 23).

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