HOG WASH RAISES $5500
County commissioners, the President of the Chamber of Commerce and a bank manager were among those who turned out in March to wash pigs for a good cause. And that's no hog wash. Nearly 400 people paid $7.00 to have dinner and watch the pigs get pretty. The volunteer washers had each committed at least $250 in donations they'd received in order to participate. Currituck County Clerk of Court Ray Matusko brought in $900 in donations. The beneficiary of all this fun was the Alzheimer's Association, which received the check last month.
From left: Branch Manager of TowneBank of Currituck Michelle Pierce, Executive Officer for Alzheimer's Association Lisa Roberts, Executive Director for Currituck House Loryn Duncan-Marcil, Currituck Chamber of Commerce President John Bass, Currituck County Clerk of Superior Court Ray Matusko, resident of Currituck House Norma Romm, Chief Deputy Matt Bieckert, and Adult Protective Services Supervisor Carla Mebane .
From left: Executive Director of Currituck House Loryn Duncan-Marcil, Executive Officer for the Alzheimer's Association Lisa Roberts and Michelle Pierce, branch manager of TowneBank in Currituck
Loryn Duncan-Marcil presented RayMatusko with a trophy for the most donations received
President of Southland, which was one of the sponsors of the fund-raising event, Louise Harrell, received a certificate of appreciation.
Ray Matusko, left, and Matt Bieckert
Julia Allen, who attends Camden Middle School. Julia's mother and aunt work at Currituck House and were on hand to show their support!
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