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Organizer Jenny Cameron calls it ‘the best one yet’

Last updated: January 29. 2014 4:24PM - 1574 Views
By - gabernathy@civitasmedia.com



Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings, center, is shown at the spaghetti dinner with Highland County Sheriff Richard Warner, left, and sheriff candidate Donnie Barrera, right. Hastings said he was staying out of the sheriff's race. “I wouldn't want to hurt either one of them with my endorsement,” he cracked.
Hillsboro Mayor Drew Hastings, center, is shown at the spaghetti dinner with Highland County Sheriff Richard Warner, left, and sheriff candidate Donnie Barrera, right. Hastings said he was staying out of the sheriff's race. “I wouldn't want to hurt either one of them with my endorsement,” he cracked.
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Tuesday night’s annual Hillsboro Rotary Club spaghetti dinner will raise about $3,000 for the club after all receipts from ticket sales are turned in by Rotarians, said organizer Jenny Cameron.


“It was the best one yet,” said Cameron on Wednesday. Despite the frigid weather, about 450 spaghetti dinners were served prior to the Hillsboro-Greenfield McClain basketball game at Hillsboro High School.


Cameron thanked Rotarians who sold tickets and volunteered at the event, as well as local merchants who donated food, soft drinks and other items.


Cameron said she appreciated the fact that everything was donated at no cost, and she also expressed her thanks to Greenfield Rotarians who showed up to support the fundraiser.


Cameron said last year’s event raised about $2,000.


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