Mid-Coast Family Services receives donation

Presenting the check for $10,000 to Ginny Stafford, of Mid-Coast Family Services, are James Baker, of Edward Jones; Pat Pachta, of State Farm; and Pat McDonald, of Days Gone Bye! Supporters attending the presentation are Randy Vivian, Chamber of Commerce, President and CEO; Gary Moses, Community Laison; Wendy McDonald from Cara Ann Hobbs Foundation; Will McDonald, Days Gone Bye! and Sponsor; Tracy Graves; Irene Irey; and Marla Hartman.

For the third year in a row, “People Helping People” raised funds for two 502(c)3 organizations. The sponsors for a greater service divided funds collected between the two organizations. $10,000 went to the Cara Ann Hobbs Foundation and $10,000 to Mid-Coast Family Services. Both nonprofit organizations have helped local people in the past, as well as now in several counties and cities in the Crossroads.

Sponsors were Edward Jones, James Baker, State Farm, Pat Pachta and the event host was Pat and Will McDonald with Days Gone Bye!

The event included an opportunity to donate in an Early Bird promotion and an event day July 25 with friends of DGB sponsoring foods and auction items, along with vendors in the shop.

Any credit for the success goes to the “People Helping People” who stepped forward to spread the word, create interest, become a part of and create giving to the project.

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