Benefit Dinner and Raffle for Family Who Lost their Home in Fire Print
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Written by Rick Martin   
Monday, 06 February 2012 13:56

Sunday, March 4th from 12:30pm until 5:00pm at St. Ann's Church in Long Grove.

Linda Mohr and her family lost their uninsured home and many of their belongings to a fire in December 2011.  They are currently living with family and friends.  Linda is retired and her daughter, Heater, is employed through Oscar Mayer.  Linda's sister, Gail Stevens (as known as the Horse Lady), is a bus driver for the North Scott School District.  This family has volunteered several years of service to Scott County 4-H and this benefit is an opportunity to give back to them for all they've done for others.

Anyone wishing to donate items for the raffle please contact Nancy or Samantha Urmie at 563-285-6080.  Anyone wishing to make a monetary donation for the family may do so at any First Central State Bank location, where an account is established under Linda Mohr.

The benefit will include a free-will donation dinner and raffle.  The dinner menu includes pulled-pork sandwich, baked beans, chips, drink and dessert.