Queen hopeful donates to ‘Pennies’


Alexis Wothe, Gallipolis River Recreation Scholarship Pageant contestant, donates $250 to the Pennies for Protection cause working on its third bulletproof vest for Gallia canine officers like Thunder pictured with Gallia Deputy Jerry Darst. Brea Elliot, 4-H K-9 Korps advisor, stands with fellow advisor Beth Menzel. (Individuals are placed in the order they are mentioned). The group is roughly halfway to purchasing its third vest. Wothe raised funds from the profits earned in yard sale work. Those looking to helps with Pennies for Protection can donate money to an account set up at Ohio Valley Bank or visit the group’s Facebook page to learn more.


Dean Wright | Ohio Valley Publishing

Alexis Wothe, Gallipolis River Recreation Scholarship Pageant contestant, donates $250 to the Pennies for Protection cause working on its third bulletproof vest for Gallia canine officers like Thunder pictured with Gallia Deputy Jerry Darst. Brea Elliot, 4-H K-9 Korps advisor, stands with fellow advisor Beth Menzel. (Individuals are placed in the order they are mentioned). The group is roughly halfway to purchasing its third vest. Wothe raised funds from the profits earned in yard sale work. Those looking to helps with Pennies for Protection can donate money to an account set up at Ohio Valley Bank or visit the group’s Facebook page to learn more.

Alexis Wothe, Gallipolis River Recreation Scholarship Pageant contestant, donates $250 to the Pennies for Protection cause working on its third bulletproof vest for Gallia canine officers like Thunder pictured with Gallia Deputy Jerry Darst. Brea Elliot, 4-H K-9 Korps advisor, stands with fellow advisor Beth Menzel. (Individuals are placed in the order they are mentioned). The group is roughly halfway to purchasing its third vest. Wothe raised funds from the profits earned in yard sale work. Those looking to helps with Pennies for Protection can donate money to an account set up at Ohio Valley Bank or visit the group’s Facebook page to learn more.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_DSC_0362.jpgAlexis Wothe, Gallipolis River Recreation Scholarship Pageant contestant, donates $250 to the Pennies for Protection cause working on its third bulletproof vest for Gallia canine officers like Thunder pictured with Gallia Deputy Jerry Darst. Brea Elliot, 4-H K-9 Korps advisor, stands with fellow advisor Beth Menzel. (Individuals are placed in the order they are mentioned). The group is roughly halfway to purchasing its third vest. Wothe raised funds from the profits earned in yard sale work. Those looking to helps with Pennies for Protection can donate money to an account set up at Ohio Valley Bank or visit the group’s Facebook page to learn more. Dean Wright | Ohio Valley Publishing
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