Grandstand Diner proceeds donated to homeless shelters


North Clinton Church hosted The Grandstand Diner food booth at the Fulton County Fair. The proceeds were divided between the three area homeless shelters. Friendship House (Archbold), NOAH House (Pettisville), and Open Door (Delta) received a donation of $3,023. Kristene Clark, Nancy Allan, and Cecily Rohrs accepted the checks from Doug and Elena Kutzli. They thanked the community members that came in to enjoy a bite to eat and support such a great cause.

North Clinton Church hosted The Grandstand Diner food booth at the Fulton County Fair. The proceeds were divided between the three area homeless shelters. Friendship House (Archbold), NOAH House (Pettisville), and Open Door (Delta) received a donation of $3,023. Kristene Clark, Nancy Allan, and Cecily Rohrs accepted the checks from Doug and Elena Kutzli. They thanked the community members that came in to enjoy a bite to eat and support such a great cause.


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North Clinton Church hosted The Grandstand Diner food booth at the Fulton County Fair. The proceeds were divided between the three area homeless shelters. Friendship House (Archbold), NOAH House (Pettisville), and Open Door (Delta) received a donation of $3,023. Kristene Clark, Nancy Allan, and Cecily Rohrs accepted the checks from Doug and Elena Kutzli. They thanked the community members that came in to enjoy a bite to eat and support such a great cause.

North Clinton Church hosted The Grandstand Diner food booth at the Fulton County Fair. The proceeds were divided between the three area homeless shelters. Friendship House (Archbold), NOAH House (Pettisville), and Open Door (Delta) received a donation of $3,023. Kristene Clark, Nancy Allan, and Cecily Rohrs accepted the checks from Doug and Elena Kutzli. They thanked the community members that came in to enjoy a bite to eat and support such a great cause.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2021/11/web1_2021-Fair-Newspaper.jpgNorth Clinton Church hosted The Grandstand Diner food booth at the Fulton County Fair. The proceeds were divided between the three area homeless shelters. Friendship House (Archbold), NOAH House (Pettisville), and Open Door (Delta) received a donation of $3,023. Kristene Clark, Nancy Allan, and Cecily Rohrs accepted the checks from Doug and Elena Kutzli. They thanked the community members that came in to enjoy a bite to eat and support such a great cause. Photo provided