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This weekend women in the Kimberly area came together to help some incoming refugees.
Women of all ages helped out on the Women's Day of Service on Saturday.
Members of the LDS church and cross roads United Methodist Church came together to put together care packages.
The Magic Valley is expecting around 350 refugees through the CSI program.
Volunteer Devry Nield says "We've already put together over 1500 hygiene kits which will actually service over 6–thousand people, and those hygiene kits some will stay local, and also the refugee center will use them, but a lot of it will go foreign, like for earthquake areas. "
Donations were also made to the east end providers and LDS Humanitarian Center. A canned food drive was held. Toys were made along with quilts, and flash cards