Elks donate to Roho


Photo submitted Again this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 donated $250 to Middlesboro’s Roho Club to help with their annual shopping spree for scores of underprivileged children in the Middlesboro area. This annual event of the Roho Club is financed primarily by their yearly fishing tournament held on Norris Lake in May, but donations are welcomed year-round from individuals, businesses and other organizations. The event takes place in December. From left, Roho members Tuble Loveday and Pete Turnblazer accepting the donation from Past Elk President Mark Whited.


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Again this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 donated $250 to Middlesboro’s Roho Club to help with their annual shopping spree for scores of underprivileged children in the Middlesboro area. This annual event of the Roho Club is financed primarily by their yearly fishing tournament held on Norris Lake in May, but donations are welcomed year-round from individuals, businesses and other organizations. The event takes place in December. From left, Roho members Tuble Loveday and Pete Turnblazer accepting the donation from Past Elk President Mark Whited.

Photo submitted Again this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 donated $250 to Middlesboro’s Roho Club to help with their annual shopping spree for scores of underprivileged children in the Middlesboro area. This annual event of the Roho Club is financed primarily by their yearly fishing tournament held on Norris Lake in May, but donations are welcomed year-round from individuals, businesses and other organizations. The event takes place in December. From left, Roho members Tuble Loveday and Pete Turnblazer accepting the donation from Past Elk President Mark Whited.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_Elks-donate-to-Roho.jpgPhoto submitted Again this year Middlesboro Elks Lodge #119 donated $250 to Middlesboro’s Roho Club to help with their annual shopping spree for scores of underprivileged children in the Middlesboro area. This annual event of the Roho Club is financed primarily by their yearly fishing tournament held on Norris Lake in May, but donations are welcomed year-round from individuals, businesses and other organizations. The event takes place in December. From left, Roho members Tuble Loveday and Pete Turnblazer accepting the donation from Past Elk President Mark Whited.
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