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Turning out for United Way breakfast

Representing the Capital News with their mascot Read are Becky Webb, Rick Methot, Sheri Jackson, Colleen Groat and Karen Hill. - Barry Gerding/Capital News
Representing the Capital News with their mascot Read are Becky Webb, Rick Methot, Sheri Jackson, Colleen Groat and Karen Hill.
— image credit: Barry Gerding/Capital News

The 15th annual Maxine DeHart United Way-Ramada Hotel Drive-Thru Breakfast took place last Thursday morning.

In just a few  hours more than $37,000 was raised for the United Way fundraising campaign.

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