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Sportsmen’s network thankful for support

Published 10:09am Tuesday, October 8, 2013

We would like to thank all of the individuals and organizations who shared their time and contributions to support the Southern Ohio Special Needs Youth Sportsmen’s Network’s Golfing Fundraiser at Diamond Links Golf Club on Sept. 28.

The funds raised will be used to provide outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing and other adventures for special needs youth.

Many SOSNYSN volunteers are experienced outdoors men and women who cherish the opportunity to assist families in offering outdoor activities for special needs youth.

A special thank you is extended to the following individuals and organizations that were instrumental in the success of the fundraising effort: Brick Layers Local 7 of Kentucky, Braskem, Tri-State Fencing, Diamond Links Golf Club, Advanced Building Restorations, Brick Layers Local 39, St. Mary’s IT team, Marcum’s Pump & Equipment, Greg Prater, DDS, Jay Farley, DDS, Sowards Bail Bonds, Citizens Deposit Bank, Schneider & Slack Funeral Home, Richwood Industries, Grandview Builders, Stephen Dale Burcham, Lawrence County Treasurer, Peoples Bank, Huntington, Randall Lambert, Attorney at Law, State Electric Supply, Lawrence County Commissioners, Coal Grove Giovanni’s, City National Bank, Liberty Federal Savings Bank of Ironton, Seven Below Zero Frozen Yogurt, Joe Hurley Insurance Agency, Wal-Mart, South Point, Ceredo Kenova Youth Sports, David Denning, M.D., McMeans Pharmacy, Bob Clyse Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, Weber Financial Service, Cielec Inc, Ironton, Charlie’s Tire Sales, All American Air, Shawn Holiday Distributors, Hall Funeral Home, Medical Claims Assistance, Huntington, Double T Fishing Team, Ink in a Blink, Ashland, George Harlow, Gilbert, Ratcliff, M.D., Tractor Supply, Freddie Hayes Jr., Coal Grove Freezette, Ritchie Pike (Heiners), Konnie Hackworth, Superior Jeep, Armstrong Cable, Columbia Gas, Freeman Heating & Cooling, Marshall Health, Steve Alley, Christen Finley, Cheddars, Texas Roadhouse, BC Rental of Ironton, Scott Rowsey at Diamond Links and Seth Jones.

Thank you to everyone for your compassion and generosity. It was greatly appreciated.

Kim Damron

Fundraising Chairperson,

Secretary for SOSNYSN

 

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