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Two fundraisers this fall to benefit United Way

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COLUMBUS, Ga. -

Two United Way fundraisers will be held this fall in the Chattahoochee Valley.

On Sept. 25 there will be a fun day at the Russell County Sheriff's Office.  Hamburgers or hot dogs with chips and a drink will be on sale for $5.

Law Enforcement from the Russell County Sheriff's Office and Phenix City will participate in a dunking booth. The dunking booth starts at 11 a.m. with Phenix City Police Chief Ray Smith. Balls will be $1 each and $5 for six. Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor will participate in the dunking booth at 5 p.m.

On Oct. 19 Thayer Properties and United Way will host a basketball tournament. Admission is $3 and proceeds will benefit United Way. The event is from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. at the Phenix City Freshman Academy located at 2800 Dobbs Drive in Phenix City.

Team registration is $100 per team and the money is due by Oct. 11. No less than five and no more than 10 players can be on the team.

United Way is an organization that partners with non-profit organizations to improve communities.

 

 

 

Sydney Cameron

Sydney joined the WRBL news team in December 2011 after working as a freelance reporter in Washington, D.C. More>>

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