Hopkins County United Way officers each week following a campaign workers report meeting reported how much has been collected that week and total toward the annual fundraiser, which businesses and organizations met or exceeded the posted goal set for their group, and details for the next meeting.
This week, even after the meeting ended, funds kept coming in, with an additional $440 in donations turned in later Tuesday.
“We are very pleased to report the campaign total to date is $41,850.54, taking us to 25 percent of the campaign goal! This amount includes a few donations brought in after the meeting yesterday,” HCUW Executive Secretary Susan Berning.
The Hopkins County United Way 100% Club, composed of companies meeting or exceeding the posted goal, for Oct. 8, 2019, includes:
- Hopkins County Food Locker
- Brumley’s Uniforms
- The Blackland’s Railroad, Inc.
- APEX Supply
- The Plan Shop
- Joe Bob’s
- Commercial Glass and Mirror
- Larry Vititow Trucking
- West Oaks Funeral Home
- Interstate Body Shop
- East Texas Line X
- Circle E Western Store
- M & F Western Products
- Miss Behavin
- Wayne Cooper Construction
- Triple Crown Roofing
- Rail 19
- Pilot Club
- Chad Cable
- Constable Bill Allan
- County Clerk Tracey Smith
- County Judge Robert Newsom
- District Judge Eddie Northcutt
- County Auditor Shannah Aulsbrook
- District Judge Will Biard
- District Clerk Cheryl Fulcher
- County Court at Law Clay Harrison
- County Tax Assessor Debbie Pogue Mitchell
- Juvenile Probation Office
- JP Brad Cummings
- District Adult Probation Office
- County Treasurer and VSO Danny Davis
- JP BJ Teer
- Constable Norman Colyer
Berning offered thanks to the Chamber of Commerce for providing a location for Oct. 1 and Oct. 8 meetings. The next meeting will begin at 9 a.m. at Southwest Dairy Museum.
A Give Back Event will be held at Panda Express next Thursday, Oct. 17, from 10:30 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Customers must present the giveback flyer in paper or digital form, or mention HCUW for the agency to receive credit for the purchase.