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Celebrate United! Celebrity Server Week Begins January 9

United Way of Hancock County will be hosting a wrap-up event to celebrate the good work of the 2016 fundraising campaign. The community is invited to participate in the annual Celebrity Server event. This friendly competition is hosted at different establishments in town where the public will be served by celebrity servers or local leaders who “LIVE UNITED” in our community. The event will run each day from January 9 through January 13 at the following locations:

Monday, January 9, 5-7 p.m.

The Bourbon Affair, 121 E. Crawford St.
State Bank: Crystal Ellerbrock, Mike Epps, Tony Konecny

West End Tavern, 506 W. Main Cross St.
Economic Development: Tim Mayle, Dan Sheaffer, Carla Treadway, Laurie Zydonik

Tuesday, January 10, 5-7 p.m.

Nino’s, 331 N. Main St.
Hancock Home Builders: Luke Gibson, Bryan Thomas, Doug Hiegel

Rossilli’s, 217 S. Main St.
Fifth Third Bank: Shawn Detterman, Kaye Heilman, Travis Knight, Lissa Streaker

Wednesday, January 11, 5-7 p.m.

Legends Steakhouse and Bar, 411 S. Main St.
Blanchard Valley Health System Nurses: Michelle Stratton, James Legge III, Greg Laird, Lisa Richmond, Jessica Schetter

Logan’s Irish Pub, 414 S. Main St.
Doctors: Dr. Jim Davidson, Dr. Lorie Thomas, Kim Geckle CNP, Dr. Michael Manuel

Thursday, January 12, 5-7 p.m.

Tavern at the Inn, 200 E. Main Cross St.
First Federal Bank: Rod Walton, Amy Hackenberg, JJ Preston, Mike Pepple, Michelle Rachel, Zach Maag, Denise Thomas

Greek Garden, 321 S. Main St.
Huntington Bank: Don Bledsoe, Matt McCracken, Dan Kendrick

Friday, January 13, 5-7 p.m.

The Gathering Wine, 235 S. Main St.
Campaign Cabinet: Chris and Dina Ostrander, Paul Schmelzer

All events are open to the public and payment is on your own. No RSVP required. Tips will be accepted and will benefit United Way of Hancock County. For more information call 419-423-1432.

About United Way of Hancock County:

Although it is a global organization, each United Way is locally governed and focuses on improving lives in each individual community across the country and around the world.

Since its inception in 1955, United Way of Hancock County has gone from doing fundraising for a handful of organizations to partnering with hundreds of local nonprofit programs and services. Cumulatively, the organization has raised more than $79 million to accomplish its mission to measurably improve people’s lives in Hancock County. Its board, staff and community-minded volunteers serve on community committees, participate in collaborative projects and partner with cross-sector organizations to address the root causes of social issues in Hancock County.

United Way of Hancock County continually works toward a community where all individuals and families achieve their human potential through education, income stability and healthy lives. The organization strives for a community that fosters hope and opportunity for everyone.