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posted: 11/12/2012 5:00 AM

Volunteers are who made fair a success

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Wheeling Township's annual Halloween Fun Fair for Make A Difference Day held on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Riley School, was a fun-filled day for over 160 children with special needs and their families.

This annual event, encourages volunteers to donate their time to help others in their community.

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To over 130 dedicated volunteers and generous donors, we extend our sincere thanks for your support, knowing that each of you has made a difference in the lives of your neighbors. Isn't it amazing what a group of neighbors, young and old, can accomplish when they join together to "Make a Difference" in their community?

A special thanks to Riley School for providing the use of their facilities for this event.

Michael B. Schroeder


Wheeling Township

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