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Pat Catan's sending holiday cards to Our Valley's Bravest

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WARREN, Ohio - Christmas is still a few months away, but one local business is asking you to start spreading the holiday cheer early.

Pat Catan's is participating in "Operation Christmas Cards" and is inviting the public to create holiday greetings for Our Valley's Bravest serving overseas.

The store will supply all of the craft supplies, all you need to bring is your creativity and holiday cheer!

"The more that we send them, the more appreciation. You know, we owe it to them to take a few minutes out of our day to repay them for what they are doing for us," said Ruth Palmer of Niles.

You have until Friday at any Pat Catan's store to make the greetings cards.

 

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