NCB Bank made a $3,500 contribution at Wednesday’s radio-telethon.
Realtor Jenny Hilterbran, right, shown with emcee Rick Williams, brought contributions from a variety of donors, including Classic Realty, Auto Tech, Good News Gathering, Jim, Savanah and Cayse Cameron and Lisa Leeth.
Merchants National Bank contributed a total of $10,000 at the radio-telethon Wednesday, representing both employee and bank contributions.
Doug Ernst, center, senior manager at Weastec, is shown making a contribution as he chats with emcees Rick Williams, left, and Herb Day on Wednesday at the radio-telethon.
Employees and officials of US Bank, which hosted Wednesday’s radio-telethon, are shown donating $3,000 to the event
Gayle Coss, left, executive secretary for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults, waits during a break with emcee Herb Day during Wednesday’s radio-telethon.
Richard Van Zant, center, chats with emcees Rick Williams, left, and Herb Day as he presents a contribution of $15,000 from the Cassner Foundation during Wednesday’s radio-telethon.
Local celebrity canine Homer the One-Eyed Dog is held by his friend Amy Schneider as he chats with Dr. Lesia Langston during Wednesday’s radio-telethon.
Highland County Commissioner Shane Wilkin, right, is shown with daughters Piper and Parker as he talks with emcee Rick Williams during Wednesday’s radio-telethon.
First State Bank made a $1,000 contribution to the radio-telethon during Wednesday evening’s event in Hillsboro.
Hillsboro Rotarians who attended and worked during Wednesday’s radio-telethon listen as Lee Koogler, center, Rotary president, makes some closing remarks at the conclusion of the event.