Annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser a success

The Right Path for Washington County hosted our second annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser, Sunday, April 16, 2014, at Spagna’s in Historic Harmar Village.

As The Right Path heads into our 10th summer of safe teen events, our fundraisers ensure that we have DJ’s, prizes, media and insurance. Our community support speaks volumes for how much we value our youth and strive to offer pro-social and community service opportunities for them to be involved in.

Tuesday night dances will begin in June, alternating between Marietta College and the Marietta YMCA, and we will be back at the MAC on Fri. nights for Teen and Family Swim Night.

Thanks to Spagna’s, Kevin Whitby, Robert Farley and their extraordinary wait staff; Discount Signs and Awnings; TRP, Judge Williams, Karen and Carl Waller, Dee and Bill Standish, Justin Moody, James Herron, Marietta College intern Lyra Ju, Maggie Webster, Miriam Keith, Joellen Masten, Letha Haas, JoAnne Finkel, Brooke Haas and little Sis,; Washington County Behavioral Health Board; Clear Channel Radio, WMOA Radio, Marietta Times, The Anchor, WTAP; tickets sellers; spaghetti eaters and all who helped make our event a success.

Cathy Harper,

on behalf of The Right Path, a United Way Agency