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Judd & Black raises money to support Christmas House

September 24, 2013 · Updated 12:09 PM

Christmas House board members accept $8,000 check from Cory Long at the conclusion of Judd & Black’s annual charity golf tournament. From left, Christmas House president Rick Kvangnes, board members Sylvia May, Cory Long, Larry Lark and Jenall Brister. / Courtesy Photo

TULALIP – Judd & Black hosted the company's annual charity golf tournament at Battle Creek Golf Course — raising $8,000 for Christmas House and $3,000 for the North Everett Boys & Girls Club.

Christmas House is a non-profit charity that was formed in 1981 and provided Christmas joy to 9,858 children and 3,345 low-income families throughout Snohomish County last year — including many in Arlington and Marysville.

Christmas House will be open from Dec. 5-21, closed Sundays and Mondays.

For more information on Christmas House visit www.christmas-house.org. Online volunteer signups begin October 1.


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