Spaghetti fundraiser: HI church raises money for charities

Thursday, October 13, 2016
Michelle Steiner, executive director of Grandma's House, represented the nonprofit at the Holiday Island Presbyterian Church's annual spaghetti dinner. (Submitted photo)

This year's recipients of the profits from the Holiday Island Presbyterian Church's annual spaghetti dinner were Grandma's House and People Helping People. The dinner was co-chaired by church members Barry and Linda Stuart and Duane and Terri Hegna. With the help of the congregation, the dinner raised $3,654. Each nonprofit will receive $1,830.

People Helping People is a prescription assistance program for Carroll County residents who need help paying for their medications. It is a volunteer-staffed and community supported program. Grandma's House is a children's advocacy center serving Carroll County and surrounding counties.

To volunteer with People Helping People, contact Roberta Kirby at 870-423-5145. For more information on Grandma's House, visit www.grandmashousecac.com.

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