The Western Greenbrier Rotary Club teamed with Fruits of Labor Café and Bakery (FoL) to hold a fundraising dinner on Apr. 19, at FoL’s Café & Bakery in Rainelle. Proceeds from the dinner went to support Rotary and FoL’s work in the community.
Ladies going through FoL’s culinary certification program helped prepare and serve the meal. The Western Greenbrier Rotary Club and the Fruits of Labor would like to thank everyone who supported their Apr. 19 Celebration of Service fundraising dinner.
Contributing to the event were: Advance Auto (Rainelle), Ric Boice (Coldwell Banker), The Robert C. Byrd Clinic & Western Greenbrier Pharmacy (Rupert), Jim Childers (candidate), Christian Motorcyclists Assoc., City National Bank, D&D Hardware, Jennifer Dent (candidate), The Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, the Farlow family, Martha Fleshman (candidate), Ron Fleshman Insurance, Thomas Greenstreet, CLU, ChFC; the Handy Place, The Dutch Haus Restaurant, Steve Hunter (candidate), Larry Ickes, CPA; Inspirational Expressions, Bob & Kimberly Johnson (C&J Sporting Goods), the Lewisburg Rotary Club, Britt Ludwig (candidate), the McCaffrey family, Meadow River Lumber Co., the Mountain Messenger, Oakhurst Outreach, O’Sheas All About Beauty, PostNet, Rainelle Medical & Dental Center, Robert Richardson (candidate), Rudy’s Corner Grill, S.J. Neathawk, David Sanders (candidate), The Shepherd’s Center, Steadfast Builders, Summit Community Bank, Tri-County Furniture, Wallace & Wallace Funeral Chapels (Rainelle), Western Auto and the White Sulphur Springs Rotary Club.