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Photo: SCAN, Casa join forces for pasta fundraiser

Volunteers Judy Meyer, left, Marge Brintszenhofe, far right, and Darlene Ford, rear right, pack Casa salads Wednesday during the SCAN (Stop Child Abuse and Neglect) brown bag lunch fundraiser. This is the 29th year for the annual event and their goal was to raise $28,500; last year they netted $27,464, said Britny Berndt, grants and communication manager. Over 120 volunteers helped with the event, which raises money for the nonprofit organization that served more than 15,000 adults and children in Allen and 18 surrounding northeast and north central Indiana counties in 2013. The agency provides prevention as well as restoration services for children and families who are victims of, or are at risk for abuse and neglect. For more information, visit www.scanfw.org.
Volunteers Judy Meyer, left, Marge Brintszenhofe, far right, and Darlene Ford, rear right, pack Casa salads Wednesday during the SCAN (Stop Child Abuse and Neglect) brown bag lunch fundraiser. This is the 29th year for the annual event and their goal was to raise $28,500; last year they netted $27,464, said Britny Berndt, grants and communication manager. Over 120 volunteers helped with the event, which raises money for the nonprofit organization that served more than 15,000 adults and children in Allen and 18 surrounding northeast and north central Indiana counties in 2013. The agency provides prevention as well as restoration services for children and families who are victims of, or are at risk for abuse and neglect. For more information, visit www.scanfw.org.
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Thursday, March 20, 2014 07:40 am
Volunteers Judy Meyer, left, Marge Brintszenhofe, far right and Darlene Ford, rear right, work on packing Casa salads Wednesday during the SCAN, Inc. (Stop Child Abuse and Neglect) brown bag lunch fundraiser. This is the 29th year for the annual event and their goal is $28,500, last year they netted $27,464 said Britny Berndt, grants and communication manager. Over 120 volunteers helped with the event which raises money for the nonprofit organization that served over 15,000 adults and children in Allen and 18 surrounding northeast and north central Indiana counties in 2013. The agency provides prevention as well as restoration services for children and families who are victims of, or are at risk for abuse and neglect. For more information, visit us at www.scanfw.org.

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