Creech Funeral Home donates Easter supplies, treats


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Photo submitted Creech Funeral Home recently partnered with the Salvation Army in Middlesboro to help put on their fun Easter event. Lieutenants Christopher and Ashley Reckline picked up the Easter donations at the funeral home last week.


For many children, Easter means finding colorful Easter eggs with delicious treats inside. To make sure that every child could partake in the fun of Easter, Creech Funeral Home partnered with the Salvation Army of Middlesboro and Southeast Kentucky on their annual Easter egg hunt.

The local Salvation Army in Middlesboro is committed to serving families and children through a wide variety of both spiritual and social services. This includes holding a fun Easter egg hunt after their annual Easter services. This year, Creech Funeral Home was able to donate plastic Easter eggs, candy, treats and prizes that were used on Easter Sunday.

Lieutenants Christopher and Ashley Reckline stopped by the Middlesboro funeral home on April 12 to pick up the bags of Easter donations. They were very appreciative of the donations, which ranged from chocolate Easter bunnies to sports-themed plastic eggs.

“The Creech staff was more than happy to do this for such an important community organization and we truly hope the children enjoyed their Easter goodies,” said Paul Cawood, Creech’s business manager.

For more information on Creech Funeral Home’s involvement in the community, visit www.creechfh.com. You can also connect with the local funeral home on Facebook.

Photo submitted Creech Funeral Home recently partnered with the Salvation Army in Middlesboro to help put on their fun Easter event. Lieutenants Christopher and Ashley Reckline picked up the Easter donations at the funeral home last week.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Creech-Donation.jpgPhoto submitted Creech Funeral Home recently partnered with the Salvation Army in Middlesboro to help put on their fun Easter event. Lieutenants Christopher and Ashley Reckline picked up the Easter donations at the funeral home last week.

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