Car wash crew at Saint John’s United Church of Christ in Sabillasville in July.
For the past three years, Nola Schildt and Evan Laird have organized a fundraiser to support the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter (CVAS).
This past year, they presented $363 and miscellaneous supplies to Jennifer and Mary during CVAS Christmas Open House on December 8, 2019.
While at the shelter, Nola and Evan visited all the animals and enjoyed Christmas goodies. The two are already working on next year’s fundraiser.
Evan is the son of Nathan and Carrie Laird of Thurmont. Nola is the daughter of BJ and Maureen Schildt of Emmitsburg.
Nola Schildt and Evan Laird (pictured center) present Jennifer and Mary of the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter $363, along with miscellaneous supplies, that they raised from their fundraiser.
The Red Canary Tattoo’s fundraiser for the Cuddles Cat Rescue has raised $11,760! All the kitties and volunteers at Cuddles Cat Rescue want to thank Rick and his crew, and all the guest tattoo artists, who volunteered their time and material to help out.
Pictured from left are: (standing) Cuddles Cat Rescue volunteers, Devin Stine and Karen Kinnaird; Tattoo artists, Andrew Castruita, Dustin Socks, and Rick Toms; and piercer, Andrea Munk; (sitting) Cuddles Cat Rescue volunteers, Michelle Shaw and Dawn Bonsby.
On Saturday, September 24, 2016, Barkers 4 Blood Cancer, a Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Light the Night team, held their annual Cornhole 4 A Cause Tournament fundraiser at the Emmitsburg Community Park. Twenty-one teams participated! They raised a total of $1,281— through a long-shot toss competition, a large raffle, and a 50/50, along with silent auctions, tip jars, and tournament entry fees. Proceeds will benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Special thanks to Barkers 4 Blood Cancer teammates, Tracie Lee, Tracy Boylan, Sue Reid, and Kelly Reid, and to all the volunteers who helped before and during the event, including Mary Dewees, Harvey Dewees, Cameron Hewitt, Shannon Cool, and Asiah Florczak. They would also like to thank the businesses that made this event possible.
For more pictures and information about the tournament, please visit www.facebook.com/barkers4bloodcancer. Their next cornhole tournament fundraiser will be in early June 2017.
1st place: Team Twisted Tea, Kevin Martin and Seth Martin (pictured left and center left); 2nd place: Team The Kings, George King and Josh King (pictured center right and right).
Fall brings the biggest fundraiser for Boy Scouts of America: Popcorn! This fundraiser is through Trails End, who are now giving seventy-three percent back to scouting. They have increased the amount of product you receive this year, but kept the price the same. They have also added a couple of new flavors.
This major fundraiser for the scouts gives them points towards paying for their summer camp adventures. Local businesses are supporting the efforts by allowing Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Venturing Crew members to sell popcorn outside their businesses.
If you do not see a scout and would like to purchase some popcorn, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a scout will be in contact with you. Thank you for supporting scouting.
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