As of mid-afternoon Christmas Eve, no one had claimed the ring, as people shared his notification about the ring across the expanse of Facebook. The Nyack Homeless Project has the ring and the owner can identify the engraved sentiment — which has not been publicized, Cirlin said. Cirlin posted a photo of the ring with the following message on the New City North Pole Facebook page: "PLEASE SHARE!!! We were helping to sort groceries for the Nyack Homeless Project and found a wedding ring in a donation bag of cans. It must have fallen in when someone was packing their bag of donations. Please help us find the owner!" The Nyack Homeless Project can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-358-7122. "The person was donating and doing something nice and the ring probably slipped of their finger," Cirlin said in an interview Sunday. "You know the saying, 'No good deed goes unpunished.' Hopefully we'll prove that wrong here." Gary Cirlin and family's Christmas display with 9,000 lights outside their Oriole Road house in New City. Doing for others is a family tradition for Cirlin and his wife Christine, both 37, and their children, Hannah, 8 and Logan, 5. The Cirlins use their light show not only to entertain but to raise awareness that families and individuals in Rockland County are not as fortunate as most.
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