Vickie's Gifts and Brighton give back to the community

October 2, 2013

Shown are Dawn Huckabee, Art Teacher at Highland ISD; Lisa Pope, Teachers Aid at Highland ISD; and Vickie Haynes, owner of Vickie's Gifts in Roscoe. A total of $696 was raised for The Highland ISD Arts Department by Brighton and Vickie's Gifts.

Jerry Kohl, owner of Brighton and Vickie's Gifts in Roscoe partnered together and raised $696 for The Highland ISD Arts Department.
Brighton designed a limited edition bracelet called "Independence Americana Bracelet" and gave Brighton specialty stores the option to donate their proceeds to a local arts department. 
If they chose to donate, Brighton would match the donation. Vickie Haynes of Vickie's Gifts was happy to participate and pleased to help make a meaningful difference in the lives of local children.

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