Centennial Hall Hosts Ham and Turkey Benefit Dinner/Auction for Latham School

Those present as a check of $7,500 was presented to Latham School on behalf of the Co-Mo Cares Trust at the Latham Ham and Turkey Benefit Dinner held Saturday, March 26 in Centennial Hall at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California; from left, are Latham R-V Librarian Eldora Yoder, Latham R-V Administrator Tanya Brown, Co-Mo Cares Trust Chairman Darrel King and Co-Mo Cares Trust Treasurer Tina Potts.

Those present as a check of $7,500 was presented to Latham School on behalf of the Co-Mo Cares Trust at the Latham Ham and Turkey Benefit Dinner held Saturday, March 26 in Centennial Hall at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California; from left, are Latham R-V Librarian Eldora Yoder, Latham R-V Administrator Tanya Brown, Co-Mo Cares Trust Chairman Darrel King and Co-Mo Cares Trust Treasurer Tina Potts. Photo by John Inman.

A Ham and Turkey Benefit Dinner/Auction was held Saturday, March 26, at Centennial Hall at the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, California. The dinner, held in the upstairs hall, consisted of ham (donated by Burgers' Smokehouse), turkey (donated by Cargill), cheesy potatoes, green beans, corn, rolls, desserts and drinks. The auction, held in the downstairs hall, consisted of a plethora of items donated by local businesses and was run by Chad Murphy, Grant Petree and Paul Siegel. As the auction began both the upstairs and downstairs halls were packed with people supporting the school which is rebuilding from a devastating fire which has left most classes to meet in trailers.

For more pictures from the event, check out the March 30 issue of the California Democrat.

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