Kristy Moseley, 2021 Hopkins County United Way Campaign Chair, appeared on the KSST Good Morning Show with Enola Gay with exciting news. Kristy shares the opportunity of ‘Helping Build a Better Community’ with the other members of the HCUW board; Chuck Askins, Wade Bartley, Lezley Brown, Larry Crowson, Debra Evans, Markeda Fisher, Charlotte Henderson, Mike Horne, Sherry McGraw, Beverly and Bill Owens, Dinh Tran and Hillary Young. As owner of Landers Creek Outfitters located in downtown Sulphur Springs and a native of Hopkins County, Kristy is aware of the importance and value of United Way in this area.
As Campaign Chair, Kristy encourages all business owners and community leaders as well as individuals to help United Way to meet it’s 2021 goal of $150,000. Once raised, the funds will be allocated amongst 18 local, hard-working non-profits which make up a broad array of ‘helping organizations’ across our county. Everyone can keep up with weekly progress by checking the ‘success thermometers’ to be located on the downtown square and in front of the Fire Station at the Gilmer St./Bill Bradford Road intersection. Kristy says, “please be generous with your donations to this year’s United Way campaign when a Campaign worker drops by your business, or just because you wish to. Donations can be mailed to HCUW, P.O. Box 735, Sulphur Springs, Texas 75483, or reach us by phone at 903-243-4066. Also, feel free to contact HCUW President Mike Horne or Executive Secretary Susan Berning during the 2021 Campaign”.