Lake Ray Lake Ray Roberts Elks Lodge donates $8,500 Roberts Elks Lodge donates $8,500

Presenting the check were Lodge officers Joe Zinser, Barbara Sheffler, Glenna Krueger, Casey Hardy and Ann Hughes. Accepting the check for Sanger ISD were Margarita Dunn who is Family Community Liaison and Assistant Superintendent Leann Loyless. The money will be used by the district for the weekend back pack program.

Lake Ray Roberts Elks Lodge #2862 was established in the Sanger Community in May 2009. Since that time the Lodge has donated thousands of dollars in time and money to the Community.

Last week, using grants from the National Elks Foundation, the Lodge donated $3,500 to Sanger ISD, $3,000 to Sanger Crisis Center and $2,000 to the First Refuge Ministries.

Presenting the checks were Lodge officers Joe Zinser, Barbara Sheffler, Glenna Krueger, Casey Hardy and Ann Hughes.

Accepting the check for Sanger ISD were Margarita Dunn who is Family Community Liaison and Assistant Superintendent Leann Loyless. The money will be used by the district for the weekend back pack program.

Sanger Crisis Center CEO John Henry and Executive Director Sylvia Perez accepted the check there which will be used to assist families with rent and utilities.

Several volunteers as well as Executive Director Paul Juarez and Food Program Director Mike Izell were on hand to accept the check at First Refuge which will be used to purchase food and health services for families in the community.

Lodge members also visited the Linda Tutt Learning Center which operates a Food Store for Sanger families. The store is stocked and operated by students at Linda Tutt. Principal Anthony Love said “Serving the community while providing students with a learning experience is a win/win for us” Lodge members expressed a future plan to hold a fund raiser to assist in securing supplies for the program.



Several volunteers as well as Executive Director Paul Juarez and Food Program Director Mike Izell were on hand to accept the check at First Refuge which will be used to purchase food and health services for families in the community.



Sanger Crisis Center CEO John Henry and Executive Director Sylvia Perez accepted the check there which will be used to assist families with rent and utilities.

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