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Modern Woodmen of America donate to Senior Activity Center

The Modern Woodmen of America matched the proceeds of a special pancake breakfast and silent auction fundraiser held at the Senior Activity Center on Oct. 8. John Hellquist of Modern Woodmen of America presented the center with a check for $2,500...

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Pictured from left to right are Max Boyer, Senior Activity Center past president; John Hellquist, representing Modern Woodmen of America, Marcia Syverson, Senior Activity Center president and Elizabeth Andrews, Senior Activity Center director.

The Modern Woodmen of America matched the proceeds of a special pancake breakfast and silent auction fundraiser held at the Senior Activity Center on Oct. 8. John Hellquist of Modern Woodmen of America presented the center with a check for $2,500 on Oct. 27. The money will go toward a remodeling project to remodel the rear entrance of the Senior Activity Center, including an automatic door opener. The project will improve the accessibility of the building for members and volunteers.

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