Elimination dinner and dance to be held to help needy in community


On lucky guest could win $1,000 grand prize

TAYLOR COUNTY—As a way to ensure that community needs are met, Taylor County Project HOP2E will be hosting an elimination dinner, to secure funds for their program.

Join the charitable organization, who has undergone changes recently, including the institution of a new board and leadership team, on Saturday, March 19 from 6:00-10:00 p.m., for a delicious dinner that will assist with helping those in need in the community.

The Project HOP2E Food Bank and Donald G. Ford Funeral Home have combined their efforts to provide a delicious ham dinner with all the fixings for the evening.

During the evening, guests will be treated to musical entertainment provided by After Hours Custom DJ.

“And thanks to Hardcore Hunters, we will be hosting a gun bash during the night, as well,” said Project HOP2E member Jo Burke. “All funds raised will be used to help those who are down on their luck or individuals who need a little help in the community.”

Tickets cost $25 per person, but that $25 could be transformed into $1,000 for one lucky grand prize winner. Organizers shared that individuals do not have to be present to win.

“Time is winding down to get your tickets for a wonderful evening, while supporting a great cause,” Burke expressed.

According to Burke, only 200 tickets will be sold for this special event, so those interested are encouraged to hurry and buy their tickets before they’re all sold out.

To secure tickets, please stop by Hardcore Hunters, located at the intersection of Route 50 and West Main Street, near Fetterman. Additionally, individuals may contact one of the organization’s board members.

To learn more about Taylor County Project HOP2E or how to become a volunteer for the organization, please email [email protected]. 

Keep up to date with their rec center and food distribution hours, along with future events, by liking and following Project HOP2E on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ProjectHop2E.

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