Spaghetti Dinner

Last night, our group hosted a fundraiser for Hancock County Project Lifesaver. For those who don’t know what Project Lifesaver is, it is a program that uses special wristbands to help track people with disabilities who are prone to wandering. Please, check out their website and look into it. For moms like me, with a little one who has suddenly decided to be Houdini, it’s a little bit of peace of mind.

We hosted a Spaghetti Dinner at The Victorian Hall on Pennsylvania Avenue in Weirton. We also had a Chinese Auction with some really awesome prizes from some really great sponsors.

The night went by quickly, we didn’t get much down time, but the night was an absolute success. At the end of the night, we raised just over $2100 for Project Lifesaver.

Our Sponsors:

The Victorian Hall, Ben & Shelby Wagner, Buchannon Excavating, Cain’s Barbershop and full service salon, Ceramics by Patti and Barb, Chico Fiesta, Country Blessings, Dane Watkin, DeeJays, Fairfield Inn, Famous Hair, First Choice America, Gus’s Goodies, Holiday Inn, Holiday Lanes, Jenn Marchese, Joanne Jones, Kimball’s Barbershop, Lianna Wade, Little Critters, Maureen Exler-Singer, Mario’s, Newbrough Photo, One Step Up Dance, Palmer Home improvements, Pet Agree Grooming, Roses’s cookie Nook, Shannon Rhoades, Sparkle, Tem Klepack, Tender Touch, The Irish Pub, Thera-Jewel, RE Saxon Jewelers, Valley View Superette, Weirton Walmart , S&S Perfomance Pre-owned Auto, Laura Emmerich, Ohio Valley Autism Network, RM Catering, The Marchese Family, Lesley and Larry Wagner, Paul and Nora Voight, Rachel and Raymond Rodriguez, American Legion post 121, Melisa Stenson, Jim Perkins, and several people who wished to remain anonymous.

At the end of the night, we did have a good bit leftover. But it did not go to waste. The food that was already prepared was picked up by a group that feeds at-risk youth in Steubenville, Ohio and the food that was not yet prepared is being delivered today to an organization that provides nightly dinners here in Weirton.

So, we were not only able to help Hancock County Project Lifesaver but also two other groups and all because of the people who showed up or donated or just passed the word along. We couldn’t have done any of it without all of you.  So, from the bottom of my full heart, I thank you.

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