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Some of the soft sculpture dolls made by members of the Giving Dolls ministry, and presented to the Akron Ronald McDonald House in Akron. Before the end of the year 20 dolls will go to each of the Ronald McDonald Houses around the country from the ministry. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal)
(From left) Executive director at Ronald McDonald House Anne Collins accepts soft sculpture dolls made by Mary Lue Bower, Helen Louis and Jan Householder, members of the Giving Dolls ministry, on Thursday, in Akron. Before the end of the year, 20 dolls will go to each of the Ronald McDonald Houses around the country from the ministry. (Paul Tople/Akron Beacon Journal)
Dan Toth assisted Summit County’s newest resident out of the back of the SUV, Marlo Perdicas presented her with a shiny blue bracelet, and then the two local ambassadors watched as she toddled off to explore her new home.