<h5>On Feb. 2nd, the Ronceverte Development Corporation and its Main Street program hosted the Third Annual Super Sunday Party and Fundraiser at the Clifford Recreation and Community Center (Clifford Armory) in Ronceverte.<\/h5>\r\nThe event was a fun and unique way to watch the big game with friends and neighbors, while at the same time helping to support the Ronceverte Development Corporation and the Main Street program efforts.\r\n\r\n[caption id="attachment_3944" align="alignleft" width="294"]<a href="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2014\/02\/RDC-Super-Sunday-2014-Party-Set-up.jpg"><img class="size-medium wp-image-3944" alt="Super Sunday Party and Fundraiser" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2014\/02\/RDC-Super-Sunday-2014-Party-Set-up-294x300.jpg" width="294" height="300" \/><\/a> Super Sunday Party and Fundraiser[\/caption]\r\n\r\nThe event was a family-friendly affair with games including cornhole, which was sponsored by Kathy King of Ronceverte, and a Mulitcade arcade unit and a Terminator 2 pinball machine graciously loaned by Robert Johnson of the Ronceverte Arcade. The event also hosted a successful silent auction which contained more than 70 items donated by local businesses and individuals! For the first time, the RDC sponsored a $150 cash-prize for one lucky attendee. This year\u2019s $150 cash-prize winner was Emilee White of Ronceverte.\r\n\r\nIn addition to the games and prizes, the event had delicious tailgating treats including walking tacos, fresh popped popcorn, and hot dogs with all the fixings. The event was a success, and the RDC would like to thank all of the members of the community that joined us for an evening of fun, food and football!\r\n\r\nThe event would not have been possible without the support and donations of the community. The RDC and the volunteers of the Super Sunday Planning Committee would like to thank and recognize the following sponsors: Pickering Automotive; Food & Friends; Pizza Hut of Fairlea; Greenbrier Recycling Center; Cecelia\u2019s Bridal and Formal Wear; Top-N-Bottom Thrift; Hair Fantastic Salon; Wiseman\u2019s Floral and Gifts; Greenbrier Cut Flowers; Hersman\u2019s Safety Products; Suzanne Williams from Made-On-A-Shoestring; Edgarton Cafe and Bakery; Kathy King of Edgarton Inn Bed and Breakfast; First National Bank; Ronceverte Feed Store; Gateway Industries; Martin & Jones; Head 2 Toe Innovations Salon and Spa; Robert Johnson of the Ronceverte Arcade; glass artist James Woodson; jewelry designer Lisa Circle; Lowell Rose; Sally Parker; Paul Grist, J.R. Byer; David Smith; Ashleigh Johnson of Michigan; JR Morgan; Betty Ralston; Steve Massie; Barbara Sweetwood; Sue Ella Maino; Beverly Boswell; Gail White; Barbara Morgan; Sherry and Bill Hawkins; Mary Burdett of Lewisburg; Becky Merriwether; Phyllis Cantrell; the City of Ronceverte; Crystal Byer with Celebrating Home and Penelope Ann; Shawn Honaker from Mountain State Computers; A+ Rental; Rudy\u2019s Corner Grill; Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home; WV Your Way; WV ReUsers; Stuart\u2019s Smokehouse; Magic Mart; Wal-Mart; Wendy\u2019s; When Pigs Fly; and Johnny Morgan of Ronceverte.\r\n\r\nThank you to our generous sponsors, and for the members of the community who joined the RDC for its annual fundraiser! We hope you had as much fun as we did!\r\n\r\nFor more information about upcoming events and projects sponsored by the RDC, please call our office at 304-647-3140. Or you can find out more about RDC by going to our Facebook Page-Like Us for updates, events, and fun facts about Ronceverte!