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United Way Of Crawford County Holds Buckeyes Fundraiser

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 12/1/2013Ohio State football fans had the chance to cheer on the Buckeyes against Michigan over the weekend and help support the United Way of Crawford County at the same time. A fundraiser was held at Galion Community Hospital and United Way of Crawford County Director Amber Wertman says it was one big tailgating party. The fundraiser also included a couple of new additions to it this year as Avita Health Services Cafe provided breakfast and lunch. Proceeds from the fundraiser support 19 agenices which provide services for 30 different programs in Crawford County.
   
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