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Ghanaian forward, Andre Ayew, was significantly involved over the weekend as Swansea came from behind to snatch a 1-1 draw at Preston North End.Despite an impressive start to the game where Swansea had several chances to take the lead, including an Ayew header, the away side went behind in the first half.Scott Sinclair bent a wonderful finish into the back of the net to give Swansea the lead.However, Swansea found an equaliser, a well-worked one which involved Gallagher and Ayew exchanging passes before the Ghanaian, through on goal had his ball across deflected into Brewster’s path with the striker finding the net.It was Andre’s fourth assist of a stellar season in which he’s also scored 10 league goals.Check out his assist here:
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Operation Christmas Child is currently loading up shoebox gifts that will land in the hands of many children around the world.Last week WBKB News covered local volunteers, and churches as they worked endless hours to put together toys, school supplies, and hygiene items, and now over 9,000 shoeboxes will be dropped off this week in honor of National Collection Week.The gifts will to go to children affected by war, disease, disaster, poverty, and more.Alpena residents and other national volunteers hope to reach 12 million children this Christmas.During the drop off week, participants can follow their box that they created and receive a tracking label to discover the destination.If you still need to drop off a shoebox that you made you can take your gift to the Alpena Free Methodist Church located on North Ripley Boulevard. The last day for drop off’s is Monday, November 20th.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Friends at Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Hold Upcoming Winter Educational ActivitiesNext Besser Museum Preparing to Host Annual Christmas Gala This Saturday