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Tyco Helps Dayspring Residents Celebrate Christmas In July

Story By: Brigitte Coles



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  Original Published: 7/31/2013

Residents of the Richland County Home, Dayspring Assisted Living and Care Facility, celebrated Christmas in July Tuesday afternoon.

Tyco Electronics sponsored the event held at the county home on Olivesburg Road.

Amy Clark, activities director said more than 60 residents were treated to a picnic, bingo and gifts all provided by Tyco Electronics.

Tyco has generously been doing this event for years and has donated their time and money to give Dayspring resident’s a special event. Over the years they have donated horse shoe pits, cameras, vacuum cleaners, razors, gift cards, and so many other wonderful and useful items.

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