A barbecue dinner and silent auction April 18 raised approximately $7,478.36 for Fulton Presbyterian Manor Good Samaritan Program. The retirement community’s Good Samaritan Program benefits residents who have outlived their financial resources through no fault of their own.
“This was our first fundraising dinner,” said Executive Director Dawn Smith. “Our thanks to everyone who helped make this event so successful and investing in the lives of seniors in our retirement community.”
The Good Samaritan Pork Dinner and Silent Auction was held at the First Presbyterian Church.About 130 people of all ages attended.The BanastreTarleton band performed, and Presbyterian Manor managers and Advisory Council members worked the event. Nona Brown prepared the food.