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Bank of Columbia raised $2,000 for Dakota Meyer Scholarship Challenge!

Gina Campbell Baker writes:
We wanted to let you know that with our Bake Sale Proceeds and a donation from Robert Flowers and Chris Quinn on behalf of the Board and the generosity of our customers, our donation to the Dakota Meyer Scholarship was $2,000! Thank you for the advertisement! - Gina Campbell Baker
And thanks for letting everyone know! We're more than happy to advertise free for fundraisers when the product is locally made, donated 100% to the cause, and where the fund raising organization gives a report on the money raised. Thanks for all you and the Bank of Columbia do to make Columbia/Adair County a unique place to live. -CM

This story was posted on 2011-10-03 08:22:40
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