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Coats of Caring The event was held in a drive-thru format for the second consecutive year due to the pandemic. Campbell Kinnaman, a volunteer with Interact, selects a coat during Community Hospital Anderson's annual Keith Trent's Coats of Caring giveaway Saturday at Madison Park Church of God. Jackie Smith hands a bag of coats to a customer during Community Hospital Anderson's annual Keith Trent's Coats of Caring giveaway Saturday at Madison Park Church of God. Erynn Erwin volunteers during Community Hospital Anderson's annual Keith Trent's Coats of Caring giveaway Saturday at Madison Park Church of God. ANDERSON — Tom Bannon likes to share a story from several years ago, when the annual Keith Trent Coats of Caring was held in the gymnasium of the Wigwam, that he said epitomizes the impact the event has on the community. As a family entered the gym, one of the children, a boy Bannon estimated was about seven years old, charged ahead briefly before stopping short and gazing, wide-eyed, at row after row of new winter coats. Bannon thought the child was awestruck by the size of the iconic gymnasium, but that wasn’t the case. “He’s talking to himself out loud, and he said, ‘I don’t have to be cold anymore,’” recalled Bannon, the vice president of community engagement and chief foundation officer at Community Hospital Anderson. “He didn’t care about the size of the gym. He cared that he saw all these coats, and he knew he was going home with why not check here a coat and he didn’t have to be cold any more. That really demonstrates the impact of this event.” Saturday, for the second consecutive year, Coats of Caring was held at Madison Park Church of God in a drive-thru format.

There is no parole in the federal system. “Funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Security (CARES) Act was provided to help small businesses survive pandemic-related losses,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Estes. “In coordination with our law enforcement partners, we will hold accountable those unscrupulous actors who attempt to swindle these funds for their own enrichment.”  As described in the indictment, in February and March 2021, Knight applied for EIDLs on behalf of two Camden County, Ga., businesses: Knight’s Tax Services, and Daddy Earl’s Kitchen. Those EIDL applications falsely affirmed that the businesses each had hundreds of thousands of dollars of gross revenue prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. The indictment alleges that Knight then made and transmitted to the SBA a falsified bank document to deceive the SBA into approving one of Knight’s EIDL applications. The indictment further alleges that, after receiving $149,900 from the SBA as a result of false and fraudulent representations in Knight’s loan application on behalf of Knight’s Tax Services, Knight used part of the funds to buy a Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan. Criminal indictments contain only charges; defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. To report a COVID-19-related fraud scheme or suspicious activity, contact the National Center for Disaster Fraud (NCDF) by calling the NCDF Hotline at 1-866-720-5721 or via the NCDF Web Complaint Form at: . The Federal Bureau of Investigation investigated the case.