Two days in and WGEL’s Annual Great Celebrity Pie Auction has raised over $7,300 to benefit the Lemuel Rhodes Cancer Foundation.
We had some extra donations come in on top of our original Day One total, which brought that number to $3,660. The Day Two total is $3,720.
That’s a two-day total of $7,380!
Tuesday’s pie bakers included Bond County Unit 2 Superintendent Wes Olson & Mulberry Grove Unit 1 Superintendent Brad Turner; Lady Comets Head Basketball Coach Kolin Dothager & Comets Head Coach Todd Cantrill; Bill Walker, Economic Development Coordinator for the City of Greenville; Christina Staff and Chris Barth from The First National Bank; and Tim Watson from Arthur Young Chevrolet in Vandalia.
We have one day left – get your friends, family, and coworkers together and make a bid to support a great cause!
Wednesday’s schedule includes:
7:00 a.m. Greenville Elementary School Principal Eric Swingler & Greenville Jr. High School Principal Gary Brauns
7:30 a.m. Tyson Graber, the new pastor of the Greenville First Christian Church
8:00 a.m. Pocahontas School Principal Jason Rakers & Sorento School Principal Kara Harris
8:30 a.m. Doug Stroud & Randy Alderman from Bradford National Bank
All proceeds benefit the Lemuel Rhodes Cancer Foundation in their effort to assist local folks in their battle with cancer. Don’t forget the foundation’s annual Celebration of Life Festival is this Saturday, opening at 4:30 PM at the American Farm Heritage Museum!