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Socia said the Pay It Forward initiative gave her a different perspective on what is possible. Everyone can make a positive difference in the world, Socia said. Continue to Pay It Forward year round and remind yourself a simple act of kindness can go a very long way. Other businesses and organizations that took part in the Pay It Forward initiative and their recipient include: Niagara School District kicked off the challenge and raised awareness for SMA, Believing For Blake, finding a cure for SMA; Coleman Engineering donated to the Salvation Army of Dickinson and Gogebic Counties; Norway-Vulcan Area School District and Youth Advisory Council purchased items for Christmas in the Community; M.J. Electric donated to St. Vincent de Paul; CCI Systems Inc. donated to Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center for their Butterfly Wish Program and Holiday Programs; Boss Snowplow donated to Hearts and Soles of 906; Trident IMECO Division donated to Christmas to Families in Need; Champion Inc. of Iron Mountain gave a family a Christmas to remember and provided a generator; The Daily News contributed St. Vincent de Paul food pantry; The Advertiser send a gift to Cory Groenveld, who recently had a kidney transplant; Aspirus Hospital of Iron River raised money for an employee who needs a kidney transplant; Lake Shore Inc.
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REUTERS/Ian Langsdon/Pool By Chine Labbe | PARIS PARIS A magistrate has ordered former French president Nicolas Sarkozy to stand trial over irregularities in the funding of his failed 2012 re-election bid, a judicial source said on Tuesday. The charge against Sarkozy, who led France for five years from 2007, exposes the 62-year old conservative politician to a one-year prison sentence if convicted. Sarkozy's lawyer Thierry Herzog described the trial order as "inane" and said he would lodge an appeal against it. One of two magistrates handling the case ordered the trial on the charge that Sarkozy spent way more than he was entitled to, despite warnings from his accountants. The source, who was speaking on condition of anonymity as is often the case in France when initial announcements of trials are made, said 13 others would also face trial over the affair. Lawyer Herzog highlighted the fact that only one of the two magistrates in charge of the case signed the trial order. "The clear disagreement between the two magistrates in charge of the matter is such a rare event that it is worth underlining, as it illustrates the inanity of the decision," he said in a statement. The trial order comes at a time when French politicians face growing scrutiny over their personal and political finances in the build-up to this year's presidential election in April and May. Sarkozy's conservative predecessor Jacques Chirac was convicted in 2011, after his retirement, of misusing public funds to keep political allies in phantom jobs. That was the first conviction of a French head of state since Nazi collaborator Marshal Philippe Petain in 1945. Conservative Francois Fillon, who beat rivals including Sarkozy to become the center-right's candidate in this year's race, has been engulfed by a scandal over payments of public funds to his wife and children.