Stampin’ for charity

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Amy Dumoulin-Jerome is one of nine Stampin' Up demonstrators who will be producing unique cards in a fundraising event to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities Oct. 17.
Amy Dumoulin-Jeromel is one of nine Stampin’ Up demonstrators who will be producing unique cards in a fundraising event to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities Oct. 17.

Local residents will have the opportunity to help sick children and purchase some unique, personalized cards and crafts during the Cards for Kids event Saturday Oct. 19.

Amy Dumoulin-Jeromel, one of nine members of the Stampin Up’ locally, said the event will be held at the Chatham Granite Club on William Street.

The club has donated its rental fee for the day and local businesses have donated refreshments. All proceeds will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwestern Ontario.

Dumoulin-Jeromel said many families in Chatham-Kent have used Ronald McDonald House in London while their children have been receiving treatment.

Registration is being limited to 42 persons per session, Each registrant will receive seven cards. There are still spaces available for each session.

To get more information about the day, visit the group’s Cards for Kids Facebook page or contact Amy at adumoulinjeromel@gmail.com or Jackie Bultjie at jbultjie@ciaccess.com

Participating demonstrators, in addition to Amy and Jackie are Krystal Knight, Alison Reid, Megan Lemak, Sandi Bellinger, Yvonne Macfadyen, Carolyn Henderson and Kim Cadotte.

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  1. A minor correction: Registration is limited to 42 for each session and each person registering will be making 7 different cards. There are spaces still available for each session.
    Thanks – Amy Dumoulin-Jeromel

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