Monday, October 24, 2016

Worth Treatin' Raises $675 for Mission Possible

The Worth Treatin’ Celebration raised $675 this year for Mission Possible, organizer Jonell Cook told the Express Monday. There were 25 vendors at the event Sunday afternoon. They were located on the walking trail at the Pool Park.

Among the businesses and organizations that participated were Worth County FCCLA, Worth County PTO, Mosaic, Worth County FBLA, Great Western Bank, Monticue Construction, Grant City Golf Course, Andrews-Hann Funeral Home, Worth County Care & Rehab Center, Casey’s, C&S Car Wash, Drifter’s Express, Sheridan CBC, Worth County MFA, Dollar General, Learning Academy, Tiger Designs, Worth County Fire Auxiliary, Fraternal Order of the Bears #26, Grant City Fire Department, Worth County Ambulance, Grant City Lions, Rural Missouri Insurance, Hy-Vee, Headstone Country Variety Store, Mission Possible, Leo Club, and South High Sounds.
Prugh-Dunfee Funeral Home also donated money for Mission Possible.

The Worth County Ministerial Alliance pooled money for the bounce house, while the City of Grant City brought candy for the event.

A soup supper was held at the Skating Rink, with chili, soup, lunchmeat sandwiches, and desserts served.

Businesses and organizations handed out candy and had contests and gave away prizes. The weather was sunny, which has become a regular feature of the Worth Treatin’ Celebration.

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