United Way campaign going strong


The annual United Way of Logan County campaign passed a pair of milestones the week of Oct. 30, surpassing both the $600,000 and 80 percent marks. Volunteers hope to raise $750,000 by Thanksgiving to meet the social service needs of the community. Campaign Cabinet members include, from left, Rebecca Hoffman, Nita Wilkinson, Ben Stahler, Kyle Springs, Joan Haushalter, Kim Collum and 2016 Co-Chairs Jamie Ross and Chad Ross. Individuals and businesses wishing to give may visit www.uwlogan.org or call 937-592-2886. Agency requests for 2017 United Way support are 81 percent higher than last year.

The annual United Way of Logan County campaign passed a pair of milestones the week of Oct. 30, surpassing both the $600,000 and 80 percent marks. Volunteers hope to raise $750,000 by Thanksgiving to meet the social service needs of the community. Campaign Cabinet members include, from left, Rebecca Hoffman, Nita Wilkinson, Ben Stahler, Kyle Springs, Joan Haushalter, Kim Collum and 2016 Co-Chairs Jamie Ross and Chad Ross. Individuals and businesses wishing to give may visit www.uwlogan.org or call 937-592-2886. Agency requests for 2017 United Way support are 81 percent higher than last year.


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The annual United Way of Logan County campaign passed a pair of milestones the week of Oct. 30, surpassing both the $600,000 and 80 percent marks. Volunteers hope to raise $750,000 by Thanksgiving to meet the social service needs of the community. Campaign Cabinet members include, from left, Rebecca Hoffman, Nita Wilkinson, Ben Stahler, Kyle Springs, Joan Haushalter, Kim Collum and 2016 Co-Chairs Jamie Ross and Chad Ross. Individuals and businesses wishing to give may visit www.uwlogan.org or call 937-592-2886. Agency requests for 2017 United Way support are 81 percent higher than last year.

The annual United Way of Logan County campaign passed a pair of milestones the week of Oct. 30, surpassing both the $600,000 and 80 percent marks. Volunteers hope to raise $750,000 by Thanksgiving to meet the social service needs of the community. Campaign Cabinet members include, from left, Rebecca Hoffman, Nita Wilkinson, Ben Stahler, Kyle Springs, Joan Haushalter, Kim Collum and 2016 Co-Chairs Jamie Ross and Chad Ross. Individuals and businesses wishing to give may visit www.uwlogan.org or call 937-592-2886. Agency requests for 2017 United Way support are 81 percent higher than last year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2016/11/web1_UW-Campaign-Update-11.1.16.jpgThe annual United Way of Logan County campaign passed a pair of milestones the week of Oct. 30, surpassing both the $600,000 and 80 percent marks. Volunteers hope to raise $750,000 by Thanksgiving to meet the social service needs of the community. Campaign Cabinet members include, from left, Rebecca Hoffman, Nita Wilkinson, Ben Stahler, Kyle Springs, Joan Haushalter, Kim Collum and 2016 Co-Chairs Jamie Ross and Chad Ross. Individuals and businesses wishing to give may visit www.uwlogan.org or call 937-592-2886. Agency requests for 2017 United Way support are 81 percent higher than last year. Submitted photo