'Rowdy Golden Girls' Sending Ale-8 to Troops

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 5/26/2013 9:17 pm
    The Rowdy Golden Girl Homemakers is a group of ladies in Winchester, that over the years have done a number of community service activities in Clark County.

    However the ladies say one of the most rewarding jobs they do is sending can of the local soda Ale-8-1 to Clark and Powell County troops currently serving overseas.

    Last year they were only able to send cans of the soda to two soldiers, because they didn't have addresses for others.

   The ladies are asking for anyone who may have address of soldiers who live in Clark and Powell Counties to get in contact with them so they may be able to send some of the soda to the troops.

    They're also asking for any donations, since shipping cases of soda halfway across world can get a little expensive.

    You can email the group at: rggwinky@gmail.com

    Or you can call them at: 859-644-0350
   
   
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