Over $1,500 raised for Dwight Turner Memorial Spaghetti Dinner


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Many funds were raised for the Special Olympics program on March 4 at the fifth-annual Dwight Turner Memorial Spaghetti Dinner.


Approximately $1,550 was raised for the Special Olympics program at the fifth-annual Dwight Turner Memorial Spaghetti Dinner, held on Friday, March 4.

The Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities thanks the Fayette County community for all of its support. According to the Board of DD, a special thank you goes to The Fayette Progressive School, the Burning Bush Church, Altrusa, Debbie Allen, Kroger and the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church for their donations.

As Henry Ford said, “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” It takes a community to work together to bring about success, so thank you Fayette County.

For more information about the programs and supports provided through the Fayette County Board of DD, or to make a donation to the Fayette County Special Olympics program, please call 740-335-7453 or visit www.fayettedd.com

The Fayette County Board of DD submitted this article.

Many funds were raised for the Special Olympics program on March 4 at the fifth-annual Dwight Turner Memorial Spaghetti Dinner.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_IMG_7606.jpgMany funds were raised for the Special Olympics program on March 4 at the fifth-annual Dwight Turner Memorial Spaghetti Dinner.

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