Submitted by Rick Poling

The Calhoun County Committee on Aging [CCCOA] has received an outpouring of donations for its upcoming Mix and Match Basket Bingo, Saturday, April 21, at 6 p.m. at the Grantsville Senior Center.

The Bingo is to raise funds to support CCCOA's Nutrition and Transportation Programs, which has suffered from reduced State and Federal funding over the past several years while costs of all elements of those services have increased.

The CCCOA is grateful for individual and corporate public support.

To date donors include: Service Plus, MHHS, Calhoun Banks, Eric Lupardus with the "The Outdoor Store", Brandy Lupardus with "Jus Teasin", Napa, Tim Hortons, George and Terry Bee with "Sanger Farms", B. Miller Excavating, Miller's Kwik Stop, Bob Evans, Calhoun Historical Society, David and Grace Patten, Rubi's Pizza & Grill, Debbie and Gary Hammons, Sam Nicholson, Commissioner Michael Hicks.

Also: Commissioner Kevin Helmick, J.B. Drug, Burl and Cindy Cottrell, Magistrate Lora Davis, Magistrate Rick Postalwait, Prosecuting Attorney Shannon Johnson, County Clerk Jean Simers, Wesley and Amy Rogers with "Calhoun Auto Care", Auto Zone, Advanced Auto, Jimmy Columbo's, Samantha Wilson, Steven Cunningham.

And: Jenna Jett, Faye and Steve Barnhart, Brenda and Larrie Sisson, Maricia and Andy Mlynek, Rick and Samantha Poling, Shoney's, Rev. Carrol and Dorothy McCauley, Jim and Juanita Bell, Grantsville Foodland, Jessie Wilson "Lula Roe", Barb Rose.

And: Anetia Wilson, Ellen Shock, Amber Blair, Cracker Barrel, Amanda Morris "DoTerra", Sweet Frog, Sarah Carpenter "Thirty-One", Judy Powell, Rural King, Hardman's, Carol Cozart, Cheri White "Premiere Jewelry", Lainey Moore "Paparazzi Jewelry", Home Depot, Eleanor Caltabiano, Zeb Ritchie "Calhoun Insurance", Pepsi, Alta Mae and Hobart Richards, Portia and Steve Miller, Delegate Roger Hanshaw, FRN/Thrift Store, Jim and Evelyn McCormick, Calhoun County Park, Patty and Donald Little, Whitney Butler, Cheryl Frye "Lula Roe".

Thanks to our donors . . . we hope to see a good crowd of neighbors and supporters Saturday night for good food, good fun, and good Bingo!

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