Elks #129 makes charity breakfast donations


The Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 recently presented donations to 15 local organizations, as a result of its 41st-annual Tis’ The Season Charity Breakfast. Included in receiving and presenting donations are; (left to right) bottom row: Charity Breakfast Chairman Scott Mullen from the Elks Lodge #129, Sandy Rodgers and President D.J. Jenkins from the Southern Ohio Bikers Association, Greg Fessler from the Rose Ave. Community Center, Diane Faris Munro from the Life Pregnancy Center, Savanah Coe and Teresa Fraley from Hearts, Hands and Home OH 63, (back row left to right): Dennis Noble Exalted Ruler (Elect) Elks Lodge #129, Raymond Collins from the Miami Trace Band Boosters, Chip Bumpus from the Fayette County Christian School, Trevor Patton from the Washington City Schools “Big Blue Bus” program, Matt Stanley from the Washington Band Boosters, Caleb McKinney from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Sue Raypole from the Second Chance Center of Hope, Josh Zichafoose from the Washington Band Boosters, Betty Hodges from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Terry Hopkins and Amanda Gerber from the Ranch of Opportunity, Richard Glass from the Fayette County Food Pantry, Mindi Wikensimer from the Fayette County Toys for Tots program, Officer Mike Warnecke from the Shop With A Cop program, Officer Charlie Hughes and Officer Edo from the Washington C.H. Police Dept. K-9 Division.

The Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 recently presented donations to 15 local organizations, as a result of its 41st-annual Tis’ The Season Charity Breakfast. Included in receiving and presenting donations are; (left to right) bottom row: Charity Breakfast Chairman Scott Mullen from the Elks Lodge #129, Sandy Rodgers and President D.J. Jenkins from the Southern Ohio Bikers Association, Greg Fessler from the Rose Ave. Community Center, Diane Faris Munro from the Life Pregnancy Center, Savanah Coe and Teresa Fraley from Hearts, Hands and Home OH 63, (back row left to right): Dennis Noble Exalted Ruler (Elect) Elks Lodge #129, Raymond Collins from the Miami Trace Band Boosters, Chip Bumpus from the Fayette County Christian School, Trevor Patton from the Washington City Schools “Big Blue Bus” program, Matt Stanley from the Washington Band Boosters, Caleb McKinney from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Sue Raypole from the Second Chance Center of Hope, Josh Zichafoose from the Washington Band Boosters, Betty Hodges from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Terry Hopkins and Amanda Gerber from the Ranch of Opportunity, Richard Glass from the Fayette County Food Pantry, Mindi Wikensimer from the Fayette County Toys for Tots program, Officer Mike Warnecke from the Shop With A Cop program, Officer Charlie Hughes and Officer Edo from the Washington C.H. Police Dept. K-9 Division.


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Dennis Noble, exalted ruler-elect from the Washington C. H. Elks Lodge #129, was presented a participation plaque for donations made to the 2019 Toys for Tots program by program director Mindi Wickensimer.


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The Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 recently presented donations to 15 local organizations, as a result of its 41st-annual Tis’ The Season Charity Breakfast. Included in receiving and presenting donations are; (left to right) bottom row: Charity Breakfast Chairman Scott Mullen from the Elks Lodge #129, Sandy Rodgers and President D.J. Jenkins from the Southern Ohio Bikers Association, Greg Fessler from the Rose Ave. Community Center, Diane Faris Munro from the Life Pregnancy Center, Savanah Coe and Teresa Fraley from Hearts, Hands and Home OH 63, (back row left to right): Dennis Noble Exalted Ruler (Elect) Elks Lodge #129, Raymond Collins from the Miami Trace Band Boosters, Chip Bumpus from the Fayette County Christian School, Trevor Patton from the Washington City Schools “Big Blue Bus” program, Matt Stanley from the Washington Band Boosters, Caleb McKinney from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Sue Raypole from the Second Chance Center of Hope, Josh Zichafoose from the Washington Band Boosters, Betty Hodges from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Terry Hopkins and Amanda Gerber from the Ranch of Opportunity, Richard Glass from the Fayette County Food Pantry, Mindi Wikensimer from the Fayette County Toys for Tots program, Officer Mike Warnecke from the Shop With A Cop program, Officer Charlie Hughes and Officer Edo from the Washington C.H. Police Dept. K-9 Division.

Dennis Noble, exalted ruler-elect from the Washington C. H. Elks Lodge #129, was presented a participation plaque for donations made to the 2019 Toys for Tots program by program director Mindi Wickensimer.

The Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 recently presented donations to 15 local organizations, as a result of its 41st-annual Tis’ The Season Charity Breakfast. Included in receiving and presenting donations are; (left to right) bottom row: Charity Breakfast Chairman Scott Mullen from the Elks Lodge #129, Sandy Rodgers and President D.J. Jenkins from the Southern Ohio Bikers Association, Greg Fessler from the Rose Ave. Community Center, Diane Faris Munro from the Life Pregnancy Center, Savanah Coe and Teresa Fraley from Hearts, Hands and Home OH 63, (back row left to right): Dennis Noble Exalted Ruler (Elect) Elks Lodge #129, Raymond Collins from the Miami Trace Band Boosters, Chip Bumpus from the Fayette County Christian School, Trevor Patton from the Washington City Schools “Big Blue Bus” program, Matt Stanley from the Washington Band Boosters, Caleb McKinney from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Sue Raypole from the Second Chance Center of Hope, Josh Zichafoose from the Washington Band Boosters, Betty Hodges from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Terry Hopkins and Amanda Gerber from the Ranch of Opportunity, Richard Glass from the Fayette County Food Pantry, Mindi Wikensimer from the Fayette County Toys for Tots program, Officer Mike Warnecke from the Shop With A Cop program, Officer Charlie Hughes and Officer Edo from the Washington C.H. Police Dept. K-9 Division.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/02/web1_FullSizeRender-1-.jpgThe Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 recently presented donations to 15 local organizations, as a result of its 41st-annual Tis’ The Season Charity Breakfast. Included in receiving and presenting donations are; (left to right) bottom row: Charity Breakfast Chairman Scott Mullen from the Elks Lodge #129, Sandy Rodgers and President D.J. Jenkins from the Southern Ohio Bikers Association, Greg Fessler from the Rose Ave. Community Center, Diane Faris Munro from the Life Pregnancy Center, Savanah Coe and Teresa Fraley from Hearts, Hands and Home OH 63, (back row left to right): Dennis Noble Exalted Ruler (Elect) Elks Lodge #129, Raymond Collins from the Miami Trace Band Boosters, Chip Bumpus from the Fayette County Christian School, Trevor Patton from the Washington City Schools “Big Blue Bus” program, Matt Stanley from the Washington Band Boosters, Caleb McKinney from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Sue Raypole from the Second Chance Center of Hope, Josh Zichafoose from the Washington Band Boosters, Betty Hodges from the Fayette County Special Olympics, Terry Hopkins and Amanda Gerber from the Ranch of Opportunity, Richard Glass from the Fayette County Food Pantry, Mindi Wikensimer from the Fayette County Toys for Tots program, Officer Mike Warnecke from the Shop With A Cop program, Officer Charlie Hughes and Officer Edo from the Washington C.H. Police Dept. K-9 Division. Courtesy photos

Dennis Noble, exalted ruler-elect from the Washington C. H. Elks Lodge #129, was presented a participation plaque for donations made to the 2019 Toys for Tots program by program director Mindi Wickensimer.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/02/web1_FullSizeRender.jpgDennis Noble, exalted ruler-elect from the Washington C. H. Elks Lodge #129, was presented a participation plaque for donations made to the 2019 Toys for Tots program by program director Mindi Wickensimer. Courtesy photos