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Mary's House raises funds with fair parking

2012-07-16 - Photo by Fran Neat. Kyle Cundiff, a member of the Mary's House Committee, held a sign urging fairgoers to use the Joe Pyles Brick Yard parking lot at the corner of Fairground and Wain Streets. The use of the lot was a big boost to the goal of raising $40,000 by August 1, 2012, to build a home for the McGuffin family. Over $650 was raised with this single project, with over $250 coming in from the huge crowd at the Saturday, July 14, 2012 finale. At the end of that day, we had a total received of $10,221.00 cash in hand. Still a long way of our goal, but we have faith that we're going to make it. (But, over the weekend, we don't have any new receipts to report just yet, so give one of our members a call. - Fran Neat Clicking ReadMore accesses earlier story with list of all contact's for Mary's House.

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