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Ohio Elks support Hattie Larlham for 46 years

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Hattie Larlham would like to recognize the Ohio Elks Association for its 46th year of support. The organization has raised more than $304,000 for people with developmental disabilities at Hattie Larlham. The Ohio Elks Association hosts third party special events, which include spaghetti dinners, fish fries, putt putt, car shows and poker runs. Proceeds fund physical therapy equipment at the Hattie Larlham Center for Children with Disabilities in Mantua, Ohio.

The Ohio Elks Association is an organization of 79 lodges and is part of the national Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE). Each state association undertakes a project that addresses an unmet community need. The Ohio Elks Association raises funds for organizations that serve people with cerebral palsy. The Ravenna, Ohio, Lodge #1076 is the sponsoring lodge that submits grant requests to fund Hattie Larlham.

“Raising funds for cerebral palsy invigorates us,” said Past Exalted Ruler Ohio Elks Cerebral Palsy Fund Board Treasurer Jeff Chapman. “You want to see people who want to work with people to make a difference. We’ve seen the enthusiasm of Hattie Larlham and feel the organization does a good job.”

Hattie Larlham is proud to be an organization the Ohio Elks Association supports and thanks its members for their efforts.

You can raise funds through your social organization too. For more information contact Hattie Larlham Annual Fund Director Rosanne Drake at (330) 274-2272, ext. 3878.

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