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Culver's to host St. Patrick's Day fundraiser for United Way

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[March 17, 2014]  In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day and with the generosity of St. Patrick, Culver's in Lincoln is hosting "Sharin' o' the Green" on Monday as a community supporter of United Way of Logan County. Elaine Aue, owner of the west-side restaurant, 2530 Woodlawn Road, committed 10 percent of the day's sales, between 10:30 a.m. and 10 p.m., to the local United Way.

United Way of Logan County is providing financial assistance to 15 agencies in 2014: American Red Cross; Boy Scouts of America, W.D. Boyce Council; Center for Youth and Family Solutions; Christian Child Care; Community Action Partnership of Central Illinois; Epilepsy Resource Center; Girl Scouts of Central Illinois; Lincoln Area YMCA; Lincoln Pastoral Counseling Services; Living Alternatives Pregnancy Resource Center; Logan-Mason Rehabilitation Center; Salvation Army; Oasis/Senior Citizens of Logan County; T.O.U.C.H.; and United Cerebral Palsy.

Several new members were added to the United Way board of directors in January, adding to the diversity of the board and representing previously untapped areas of the community. This year's officers are Chris Cicci, president; Dayne Altman, treasurer and campaign chairman; Patti Becker, secretary; and the Rev. Rachel Stockle, campaign co-chair. New board members are Missy Koning, Dustin Knollenberg, Veronica Ohling, Penny Tutter and Michelle Ryan.

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United Way member agencies recently received applications for 2015 financial assistance. Agencies that have a nonprofit designation and provide programs or services to residents of Logan County are eligible to apply for financial assistance from United Way of Logan County. Previously unfunded agencies are welcome to contact the office at 217-735-4499 or, or visit the office at 120 S. McLean, Lincoln, to receive an application.

[Text from file received from Marla Blair, administrative director, United Way of Logan County]

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