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Through its employee donations, corporate matching funds and annual truckload sale, Tyson Foods contributed $90,342.75 to this year's United Way campaign. Shown, from left, are United Way drive team leaders Speed Branch, Bob Taylor, Jimmy Seymore, Josh Whitley and Kevin Gibbs.
Through its employee donations, corporate matching funds and annual truckload sale, Tyson Foods contributed $90,342.75 to this year’s United Way campaign. From left are United Way drive team leaders Speed Branch, Bob Taylor, Jimmy Seymore, Josh Whitley and Kevin Gibbs.
Elle Wasson Duggan
While standing in line for food during September’s Sedalia-Pettis County United Way kickoff event, Jack Menges told fundraising campaign chairwoman Chris Stewart that she had made a mistake in the stated goal of $576,170.
Gardner-Denver employees, front row, from left, Paul Dick, Larry Gemes, Bobby Hunter, and back row, Cecil Gerke and Vanessa Plummer, present their corporate and employee pledges totaling $25,489 to Tammi Kreisel, United Way Campaign chair. The five presenting are all Century Club members, those contributing $100 or more annually to the United Way Campaign. Gardner-Denver’s contribution doubled this year from last year.
Tammi Kreisel, United Way Campaign Chair, accepts the Waterloo Employess & Corporate Contribution Envelope totaling $47,068.30, from Doug Benitz, Tooling Engineer at Waterloo. That is a 18% increase over last year's contribution.
Tammi Kreisel , United Way Campaign Chair, accepts the Third National Bank Employee and Corporate Contribution Envelope from Larry Bahr, Cindy Morris and Pat Seifert. The employees exceeded last year's total for their record high contribution of $4,868.28
The Sedalia-Pettis County United Way exceeded its 2008-2009 campaign goal by more than $11,000, organizers announced Friday.
The community supports the United Way and the agencies it supports with donations each year. Now people can hear how each agency uses the funding to help the community.
Approved Allocations for the 2008 Sedalia-Pettis County United Way fundraising campaign:
It takes a special group of men who would agree to cook lunch for 190 people, but that is exactly what 12 generous leaders of our community did in helping to make the 2012 United Way kickoff a big success on Aug. 30. Thank you to our celebrity chefs Russ Foote, Bob Holem, Tom Horn, Sam Jones, John Kehde, Randy Lee, Jeff McKinney, Bob Satnan, Todd Selck, Ray Smith, Dr. Josh Valtos and Jim Van Horn.
Tom Horn, owner and chef of the Little Big Horn steakhouse, left, spoons a serving of his garlic cheddar potato casserole onto the plate of Sedalia Administrator Gary Edwards.
Elle Duggan, past executive director of the Sedalia-Pettis County United Way, attended the event to show her support for the organization.
J.D. Lewis, director of radiology, took first place in desserts for Bothwell Regional Health Center, with a Blueberry Upside-Down Cake.
Sam Jones, human resources manager for WireCo WorldGroup, left, serves Ron Ditzfeld, president of Ditzfeld Transfer, a bowl of pinto bean chowder Thursday at the third annual Sedalia-Pettis County United Way Campaign Kickoff-Cookoff at Convention Hall in Liberty Park.
Linda Kirk, executive director of the Sedalia-Pettis County United Way, announces the monetary goal of this year's campaign, $575,000, to help fund 25 agencies.
Randy Lee, human resources manager with Gardner-Denver, serves barbecued turkey prepared from a family recipe to Melissa Boeschen with the Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri.
Elle Wasson Duggan
Sedalia-Pettis County United Way announced this week that it has surpassed its 2011 goal of $576,170, and with a number of commercial campaigns pending, could approach three-quarters of a million dollars by the campaign’s end.
The annual Truck Load Chicken Sale to benefit the Sedalia-Pettis County United Way will be from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at the Thompson Hills Shopping Center.
Big boosts from ProEnergy Services and other Sedalia-based companies have helped make for a successful United Way campaign.
We kicked off the 2010 Sedalia-Pettis County United Way Campaign this year with a “Kick off — Cook off” event. This was our opportunity to get our campaign materials into the hands of the representatives of our area businesses and industries for their employee campaigns.