Rolling For Hope Raises $8,100 for Morning Light!
The third year for Morning Light’s fun summer fundraiser, Rolling For Hope, was definitely the charm! The August 17th afternoon event raised $8,100 for the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home for hospice residents and Pennwood Place for seniors. This represented a 20% increase in proceeds form 2016!
As shown, the Koorsen King Pins were given gold medals presented by Executive Director CEO Tom Fodor. Several other teams smiled their way through the afternoon, with many using it as a fun bonding activity for staff. Many thanks to the primary sponsors: Avison Young (Bill Ehret), Naked Monkey (Brenda Schultz), Greg and Nancy Foster, Professional Staff Management (Scott Tant), and Tom and Karen Fodor. Lane sponsors included: Lee Ann and Ron Blue, Fred Cantor, LaShanta Ferguson, Forum Credit Union (Andy Mattingly), Grandview Lending (Mike Farrell), Tony Iacobucci, Kevin Johnston, Koorsen (Tom Berger), Old National (Todd Kenworthy), Hitesh Patel, Petrow Kane Leemhuis (John Leemhuis), PNC(Jason Vohs), Stenz Management(Beau Ansty), The Catholic Business Exchange(Jim Liston), and Mike Wiley.
The $8,100 raised will cover and entire weeks’ worth of expenses at the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home, plus ten senior activities at Pennwood Place! Thanks to everyone! Mayor Joe Hogsett even issued a proclamation greeting everyone to the event (click here to read)! His Neighborhood Advocate Joel Smith attended as well.
Abbie Hunt Bryce Home residents are always in need of food, clothing, and other household and living supplies. If you wish to donate, contact the Home at 317.860.0484.
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