TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - One center in Terre Haute s giving back to another.
Friday afternoon, Bethesda Gardens Assisted Living Center presented a $4,000 check to Indiana Foster and Adoptive Parents.
The money will be used to furnish socks and underwear for foster children, a cooking school and other programs and clubs.
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