KFC raises funds for senior center


KFC in Hillsboro and the Highland County Senior Citizens Center recently teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night to help raise monies for senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $450 to the center. The donations will assist in the daily operations of the center. The center is a 501C3 non-profit organization with no government funding. The operation of the senior center relies on donations, membership dues and fundraising. If you are interested in membership, volunteer opportunities, or supporting the center with a donation, call 937-393-4745 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or see the Facebook page by searching Highland County Senior Citizens Center. In the photo, Juanita Kelley, Mechell Frost and Sue Thornhill of the Highland County Senior Center accept a donation from KFC representatives Blake Bagshaw, William Garrison, Linda Brown, James Walker, Nick Wooten and Debbie Hatter.


KFC in Hillsboro and the Highland County Senior Citizens Center recently teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night to help raise monies for senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $450 to the center. The donations will assist in the daily operations of the center. The center is a 501C3 non-profit organization with no government funding. The operation of the senior center relies on donations, membership dues and fundraising. If you are interested in membership, volunteer opportunities, or supporting the center with a donation, call 937-393-4745 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or see the Facebook page by searching Highland County Senior Citizens Center. In the photo, Juanita Kelley, Mechell Frost and Sue Thornhill of the Highland County Senior Center accept a donation from KFC representatives Blake Bagshaw, William Garrison, Linda Brown, James Walker, Nick Wooten and Debbie Hatter.

KFC in Hillsboro and the Highland County Senior Citizens Center recently teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night to help raise monies for senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $450 to the center. The donations will assist in the daily operations of the center. The center is a 501C3 non-profit organization with no government funding. The operation of the senior center relies on donations, membership dues and fundraising. If you are interested in membership, volunteer opportunities, or supporting the center with a donation, call 937-393-4745 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or see the Facebook page by searching Highland County Senior Citizens Center. In the photo, Juanita Kelley, Mechell Frost and Sue Thornhill of the Highland County Senior Center accept a donation from KFC representatives Blake Bagshaw, William Garrison, Linda Brown, James Walker, Nick Wooten and Debbie Hatter.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Senior-Center-pic.jpgKFC in Hillsboro and the Highland County Senior Citizens Center recently teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night to help raise monies for senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $450 to the center. The donations will assist in the daily operations of the center. The center is a 501C3 non-profit organization with no government funding. The operation of the senior center relies on donations, membership dues and fundraising. If you are interested in membership, volunteer opportunities, or supporting the center with a donation, call 937-393-4745 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or see the Facebook page by searching Highland County Senior Citizens Center. In the photo, Juanita Kelley, Mechell Frost and Sue Thornhill of the Highland County Senior Center accept a donation from KFC representatives Blake Bagshaw, William Garrison, Linda Brown, James Walker, Nick Wooten and Debbie Hatter.
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