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POKER RUN: Moose lodge offers Special Olympics a helping hand

POKER RUN: Moose lodge offers Special Olympics a helping hand

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Stafford Moose Lodge presents donation to Special Olympics Area 11

Stafford Moose Lodge 2215 raises more than $4,000 with a poker run to benefit Special Olympics Area 11.

Stafford Lodge 2215 hosted a poker run and raised more than $4,000 to benefit Special Olympics Area 11. Pictured (from left) are Tim Doyle, Area 11 coordinator; Charlie Vogt, Area 11 board member; Kevin Vogt, Area 11 athlete; Bob Susko, governor, Stafford Moose Lodge 2215; Tom Clark, administrator, Stafford Moose Lodge 2215; and Matthew Doyle, Area 11 athlete.

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Sheehy Toyota of Stafford recently donated $66,000 to four local organizations including Capital Caring, Stafford Food Security, Stafford County Public Schools and G3 Community Services.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the need for support everywhere,” said Mike Wright, general manager of Sheehy Toyota of Stafford. “We are proud to donate funds to four outstanding organizations that are doing so much to help those in our community with various immediate needs.”

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