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September 9, 2003

Valdosta - A South Georgia rotary club is lending a hand to the United Way.

The Valdosta North Rotary Club donated $10,000.00 to the local United Way chapter today. The money will be used to aid local service agencies like the American Red Cross, Second Harvest Food Bank, and Habitat for Humanity.

"Our United Way supports so many good causes and helps out people who might not make it otherwise, so we're proud to partner with them," said Britt McLane, Rotary Club President.

The club raised the money at their annual Rotary Club auction. The rest of the proceeds were used to sponsor a home during this summer's Jimmy Carter Work Project.

posted at 4:15 by ashley.harper@walb.com

 

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