|Volume LIII||August 2006||Number 3|
Masonic Village Charity Mini Grand Prix Highlights
Despite the rainy start to the day, the third Masonic Village Charity Mini Grand Prix was held on June 3, 2006. Through sponsorships and food sales, the event raised more than $35,000 to benefit the Masonic Children's Home and the Grand Master's Charity. In addition to the excitement of the race, the Masonic CHIP program was sponsored by District 60.
Special thanks to the following individuals and groups whose efforts made the event a success: Jeff Lankes, for his special vision and support of the Masonic Village Charity Mini Grand Prix; Masonic Children's Home residents and staff, including Tom McQuait, Masonic Children's Home sophomore who designed the cover of the 2006 Masonic Village Charity Mini Grand Prix program; members of the Pennsylvania DeMolay, Abraham C. Treichler Lodge No. 682 and Masonic Children's Home residents for setting up and tearing down the race track; Jeff and Beth Mohn of Oval Track Concepts for providing technical services; and Natalie Prazenica, Past Miss Job's Daughter, who sang the National Anthem.
Thanks to Our Sponsors:
Seneca Capital Management
Murray Insurance Associates, Inc.
Warfel Construction Company
Christenson Investment Partners
Commonwealth Caterers, Inc.
Highmark Blue Shield
The Phillips Group
Reese, Lower, Patrick & Scott
Smith Elliot Kearns & Company, LLC
Ettline Foods Corporation
Ream Roofing Associates
Caskey Printing, Inc.
Gingrich, Smith, Klingensmith & Dolan
Fraser Advanced Information Systems
M.A. Brightbill Body Works, Inc.
Elizabethtown Sporting Goods
B & G Lumber Company
Houck & Company
|Thanks to our Mini Grand Prix Racing Teams...|
|Abraham C. Treichler Lodge No. 682||K.L. Harring Transportation||Ebersole Excavating, Inc.|
|K.L. Harring Transportation||Masonic District D||Masonic District 30|
|Masonic District 45||Masonic District 55||Moscow Lodge No. 504|
|Pennsylvania DeMolay||Scottish Rite Valley of Pittsburgh||Warfel Construction Company|
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