On Saturday, Feb. 4, Harford Community Action Agency held its annual Chili Dinner to raise funds for the Harford County Fuel Fund. The Fuel Fund helps keep the lights on for hundreds of needy Harford County families each year, and local donations are a critical part of the program's funding.
This year's event was a great success, raising more than $3,000. But we couldn't have done it without a lot of help from the community. We want to thank Churchville Presbyterian Church. They've provided a wonderful venue for the event for many years. Thank you to the students from
Thanks to Mrs. Myrtle Ruff-Christmas and Mrs. Cora Wilson-Walters for their help in event planning and ticket sales. Mrs. Myrtle chaired this event for years and her knowledge of how everything fit together and her willing hands in the kitchen were a tremendous asset. Thank you to Anthony Reyes, whose culinary and kitchen management skills helped me not to lose my mind!
We're grateful to Amrein Foods, Chesapeake Traders, Paidon Products and
Judith R. Mason