Scalpels and drills were flying as El Paso doctors and dentists carved pumpkins to support the children of Lee and Beulah Moor Children’s Home Oct. 26 at Coronado Country Club, 1044 Broadmoor.
The creations from the 13th annual Operation Pumpkin were then auctioned off. The funds will be used to purchase clothing for the children.
The home has been serving children and families in the El Paso community since 1959, providing services including residential care, foster care, adoptions and group homes that teach independent living skills. For more information, visit www.leemoor.org.
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