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Big Bids on Dolls Aid Kids in Need​

Winchester — Lorene Russell’s doll collection grew Sunday. Russell, an avid collector from Winchester, more than held her own against other bidders at the 39th annual Doll Auction, a fundraiser for the Henry and William Evans Home for Children. The auction, held at the Grafton School headquarters on Bellview Avenue in Winchester, raised more than $4,300 for the Evans Home, giving the young people served by the nonprofit a second chance at getting the foundation for a productive life. The Evans Home in Winchester has provided shelter for abused, neglected, and homeless school-age children in the foster-care system since 1949. It also operates the Lloyd House, a residential transition program

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Henry & William Evans Home for Children, Inc.

330 E. Leicester St.

Winchester, VA 22601

evans@evanshome.org

Tel:   540.662.8520
Fax:  540.662.4224

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