Yes, Randolph County, THERE IS A SANTA!

He has drafted the Pilots of Roanoke to help him this year.

And you can help too!!!

0The Pilot Club of Roanoke has launched the 36th Annual Christmas for Kids project for the 2020 holiday season. This special project provides Christmas for the children of Randolph County families who find themselves in need.

Christmas 2020 will look very different for all of us and especially for those who have suffered through illness, loss of jobs and other hardships. Pilot Chris Head stated she anticipates many more will seek assistance this year. She suggests that anyone may help the club by offering to sponsor children, make monetary donations or donate new toys.

Sponsorship letters have already been sent to our previous sponsors. If you would like to sponsor children this year and did not receive a letter, please contact Chris Head at (334) 885-6360 or email

Monetary donations may be mailed to Pilot Club of Roanoke, P.O. Box 858, Roanoke, AL 36274.

New toy donations may be dropped off at the following locations: First Bank in both Wadley and Roanoke, W.M. Grocery in Roanoke and Wedowee, Awbrey Public Library and Newman's Accounting in Wadley.

Parents may pick up applications for assistance at the Randolph County Department of Human Resources in Wedowee. The deadline for parents to return the application to DHR is Nov. 16.

2020 has earned a reputation as a year of disaster through storms, diseases and political unrest. You can shine a positive light through your participation in the Pilot Christmas for Kids project helping our local children in need.

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