Pasta dinner support goes a long to helping the MOV’n Dragons

The pasta dinner to benefit the MOV’n Dragons dragon boat team was a great success thanks to wonderful community support. This event was successful thanks to many businesses and individuals that donated food, supplies and silent auction items. A special thanks to: Tracee Hein, Mike Trembly, Gwen Noe, Cathy Norosky, Garden Forge, Lynda Rhodes, Twisted Sister, Putnam Chocolate, Keith Foster, Natural Remedies, Rossi Pasta, Doug Sweet, Mike Buell, Levee House, Jewelry by Design, Goldline Jewelry, Baker and Baker Jewelers, The Cook Shop, Teri Ann’s, Bird Watchers Digest, Beth Nash, Margaret Lazear, Mary and Leo Anton, Joanne O’Brien and Dan Kilmer, Shafer Leather, The Townhouse, Ann Trembly Barb Palmer, Bonnie Buchman, Ketel1 Teamware, Julie Zickefoos, Over the Moon Pizza, Greta Guimond, Lakeside Golf Club, Golf Course of West Virginia, Kittie Clark, BSN Sports, ZK Fitness, Steve Combs, Barking Dog Books, Giant Eagle, Burger King, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Shoney’s, Subway, IGA, Harmar Place and The Betsey Mills.

I also want to thank the members of the MOV’ n Dragons for their support of this project. You have shown time and time again, in many ways, what it means to be a team.

And last but not least a big thanks to all those who attended the dinner.

The monies will be used for ongoing expense related to boat maintenance, travel expense related to competition and the Thrivers Fund formed to support cancer survivors with their journey to a healthier lifestyle by encouraging exercise and energizing activities.

Catherine Rees,

coordinator

Pasta dinner, MOV’n Dragons dragon boat team