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Written by Chris Vanderveen, 9News

CENTENNIAL – If idle hands are indeed the devil’s tools, then consider the work of their hands practically worthy of sainthood.

“We do this every Wednesday at 10,” a smiling Daphne Lovelace said. “We’re cutting coupons.”

Nearly a dozen of her fellow residents at the Holly Creek Retirement Community are sitting in chairs at various spots around a room that doubles as the Wednesday-night Bunco headquarters.

How many coupons?

“Oh, I’d hate to say. It must be in the thousands,” Lovelace said.

All of the clipping and snipping taking place around her would make the owner of a hair salon envious.

“This is one way we thought we could help,” Holly Creek volunteer coordinator Kitty Dobbs said.

The clipped coupons are destined to go to military bases in Belgium and Italy as part of a program known as the “Overseas Coupon Program.” You can learn more at http://www.ocpnet.org.

“You just have to volunteer,” added clipper James Burghardt, a World War II-era veteran himself. “You have to help these guys out. Every little bit helps.”

Dobbs figures the group has helped ship

via Clipping and shipping 100 pounds of coupons overseas | 9news.com.


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