Residents of Page, Coconino County, the surrounding Navajo Nation and Southern Utah, there is a dear family that needs our support.
While serving with her daughter on a mission, Debbie Winlock, our beloved library and community services director has taken ill and has accrued costly medical bills. The good news is that Debbie is doing better and that her family is well, but they could use our help.
Debbie’s friend, Stephanie Olander, has established a GoFundMe account to financially assist the Winlock family. When you go to gofumdme.com, use “Page” as your search, it will lead you to the funding page titled “Mission Trip Emergency Medical Need.” Please know that any contribution, no matter the size, is truly appreciated.
The Page Public Library is one of the jewels of our community. It services 14,000 plus patrons from within the city and a regional territory that covers hundreds of miles. The reason our library shines so far and bright is because of the beautiful inner light of its leader. Let’s send the healing light of kindness back in Debbie’s direction, by sending her our love and keeping the Winlock family in our prayers.
For the complete article see the 02-15-2017 issue.
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