Modern Woodmen donates to senior center


District agent Tyler Ayres of Modern Woodmen of America presents Highland County Senior Citizens Center members with a donation of $2,500 through its matching fund program. The senior center’s annual fundraising event, Cookies with Characters, took place Oct. 13 and raised nearly $4,000. Along with Modern Woodmen’s matching fund, the total profit of the event was more than $6,200, which benefits the operation of the senior center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a non-government organization.

District agent Tyler Ayres of Modern Woodmen of America presents Highland County Senior Citizens Center members with a donation of $2,500 through its matching fund program. The senior center’s annual fundraising event, Cookies with Characters, took place Oct. 13 and raised nearly $4,000. Along with Modern Woodmen’s matching fund, the total profit of the event was more than $6,200, which benefits the operation of the senior center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a non-government organization.


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District agent Tyler Ayres of Modern Woodmen of America presents Highland County Senior Citizens Center members with a donation of $2,500 through its matching fund program. The senior center’s annual fundraising event, Cookies with Characters, took place Oct. 13 and raised nearly $4,000. Along with Modern Woodmen’s matching fund, the total profit of the event was more than $6,200, which benefits the operation of the senior center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a non-government organization.

District agent Tyler Ayres of Modern Woodmen of America presents Highland County Senior Citizens Center members with a donation of $2,500 through its matching fund program. The senior center’s annual fundraising event, Cookies with Characters, took place Oct. 13 and raised nearly $4,000. Along with Modern Woodmen’s matching fund, the total profit of the event was more than $6,200, which benefits the operation of the senior center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a non-government organization.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/11/web1_Ayres-senior-donation.jpgDistrict agent Tyler Ayres of Modern Woodmen of America presents Highland County Senior Citizens Center members with a donation of $2,500 through its matching fund program. The senior center’s annual fundraising event, Cookies with Characters, took place Oct. 13 and raised nearly $4,000. Along with Modern Woodmen’s matching fund, the total profit of the event was more than $6,200, which benefits the operation of the senior center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit and a non-government organization. Submitted photo