Maura Donnelly and Kevin Dewaele present a $2,200 check to present a check to Kathy Sherman for the St. Paul School Reading Program.
Maura Donnelly and Kevin Dewaele present a $2,200 check to present a check to Kathy Sherman for the St. Paul School Reading Program. Bill Sullivan Courtesy photo
Maura Donnelly and Kevin Dewaele present a $2,200 check to present a check to Kathy Sherman for the St. Paul School Reading Program. Bill Sullivan Courtesy photo

Highland Rotary Club presents checks to car raffle winners and several charities

September 03, 2015 03:00 AM

UPDATED September 03, 2015 08:00 AM

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