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Russellville FOP looking to raise funds

Monday, March 22, 2010

ROACHDALE -- Friends of the Park serving Russellville, Roachdale and Bainbridge community parks are asking for help in raising funds to continue their summer program and events.

On March 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the group will be at Casey's General Store in Roachdale selling fundraising pizza cards for Casey's pizza.

"The cards sell for $15 each and we receive $7.50 for each one sold," said Dianna Gorrell with FOP Russellville.

The cards allow the purchaser to receive one medium one-topping pizza free for every large specialty pizza purchased. The cards are good for up to 10 purchases.

"Each pizza sells for $10.49, so if you use your card 10 times you will receive a value of $104.99 in medium pizzas," explained Gorrell.

The cards can be used at any Casey's General Store nationwide. Nearby locations are in Roachdale, Cloverdale, Rockville and Danville.

Anyone who can't get to Casey's on March 27 can call Gorrell at 435-2813 or Connie at 522-1781.

Friends of the Park serve the community parks of Russellville, Roachdale and Bainbridge. For more information about them visit their Web site at www.friendsoftheparkrussellville.org.


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Can the Russellville FOP show or tell the tax payers of Bainbridge ONE thing it has done for the parks in Bainbridge. I think not! The Bainbridge park board and the town of Bainbridge are trying to get the parks useable. If you want to help the parks in Bainbridge donate to the Bainbridge Park board Not the Russellville FOP that cones to Bainbridge ONE time a year.

-- Posted by smoke on Tue, Mar 23, 2010, at 1:51 PM

I don't believe much has been done to the park at Russellville either. Maybe this needs to be looked into??????

-- Posted by interested party on Wed, Mar 24, 2010, at 4:51 PM


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