During the fundraiser Sunday, May 15, a Certificate of
Appreciation for his support was presented to Shawn Taylor by the
pastor of St. John United Church of Christ, Ken Kramer and Edna
Mara, president of the church. During the evening over $302. was
raised by the bake sale and 50/50 drawing with more to be realized
from 50% of the revenue of the bowling. All proceeds will be
directed to Emily Hauter at the Logan County Health Department who
is co-ordinator of the program and will be in charge of obtaining
the kits for First Responders of Logan County.
Since April 1st all donations of acceptable seasonal clothing and
furniture in good condition given to the NARCAN Project at the ReNew,
Consignment & Thrift business at 210 S. Sangamon Street, Lincoln has
been earning 60 percent of their value for this project from the
ReNew, Consignment & Thrift business through June 30. Anyone is
welcome to support this community project with donations or
purchases. Donations will only be accepted through May 31st and
should be designated to the NARCAN project when delivered.
Unfortunately the need for these kits are extreme so hopes to equip
all first responders through the Logan Co. Health Department with
these life-saving kits is the goal.
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Any questions on the fundraising can be directed to Tonita Reifsteck,
217-732-9796 or RENEW, Thrift & Consignment 217-605-0495. Questions on the
program can be directed to Emily Hauter at Logan Co. Health Department at