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Bowling event helped BBBS

July 22, 2012
The Herald-Star

To the editor:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Jefferson County recently held its annual Bowl for Kids' Sake fundraiser. We would like to thank Rex Bates of the Toronto Bowling Lanes for his generosity the past five years for allowing us to use his facility to hold this event. Thanks to Richie Coburn for providing the music. Our King Pin Donor this year was Wal-Mart Distribution Center 7017, and we want to thank them for providing not only their monetary contribution, but their personnel support and help.

Many thanks to the donors who continue to support this very important organization: The United Way of Jefferson County, Herald-Star, Comcast, the advisory board members, World Radio Telecommunications and Tri-State Security, Starkdale Presbyterian Church, Steubenville Kiwanis Club, Jody and Carolyn Glaub, Trinity Medical Center West E.C.H.O. Fund, Edward and Vicki Littlejohn, Judy Manfred and the patrons of Manfred's Catering, Franciscan University of Steubenville, First Choice America Community Federal Credit Union, Tri-State Financial Services, Valley Converting, Dr. Edward Jagela, Kuester Implement Co. Inc., Choice Brands of Ohio Inc., Jene Watkins, Cryogentic Construction Inc., Provincial Gardens I & II, Everhart-Bove Funeral Homes, Martin Hauser and Hauser Furniture, State Park Motors Inc., Fort Steuben Maintenance Inc., Rehab Physical Therapy, Rotary Club of Steubenville, Upper Ohio Valley Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 97, Voto Manufacturers Sales Co., attorney Craig Allen, Mosti Funeral Home, Bob and Cindy Sagrilla, Steubenville Electrical LMCC Inc., Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown, Alyssa and Joseph Kerker, George and Marjorie Allan, county court Judge Joseph Corabi, Joseph Smarrella, Louan Demas, Best Western, Jefferson County Commissioner Dave Maple and Steve Vukelic.

Your continued support and contributions to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Jefferson County is very important to new opportunities for the children of Jefferson County and the relationships fostered through the "Bigs" and "Littles." Jene Watkins, service delivery coordinator, and I want to thank the community for embracing our efforts. Remember, being a "Big" is a great way to make a difference in your community - volunteer. Any donations can be sent to our address at 2700 Sunset Blvd., Suite 10, Steubenville, OH 43952. Please call with any questions at (740) 264-3306.

Phyllis Riccadonna

Fundraising, Public

Relations Coordinator

Big Brothers Big Sisters

 
 

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