Blue Ridge Fest donates to Samaritan Health Clinic


Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Cindy Leslie and Zach Hinton present Samaritan Health Clinic of Pickens County a check totaling $16,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of the organization was Executive Director Tobias Vogel. Craig Ragsdale and Will Ragsdale, representatives of Blue Ridge Fest sponsor Martin Printing Co., were also in attendance. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations.


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Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Cindy Leslie and Zach Hinton present Samaritan Health Clinic of Pickens County a check totaling $16,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of the organization was Executive Director Tobias Vogel. Craig Ragsdale and Will Ragsdale, representatives of Blue Ridge Fest sponsor Martin Printing Co., were also in attendance. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations.

Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Cindy Leslie and Zach Hinton present Samaritan Health Clinic of Pickens County a check totaling $16,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of the organization was Executive Director Tobias Vogel. Craig Ragsdale and Will Ragsdale, representatives of Blue Ridge Fest sponsor Martin Printing Co., were also in attendance. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_brfsamaritanhealth.jpgBlue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Cindy Leslie and Zach Hinton present Samaritan Health Clinic of Pickens County a check totaling $16,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of the organization was Executive Director Tobias Vogel. Craig Ragsdale and Will Ragsdale, representatives of Blue Ridge Fest sponsor Martin Printing Co., were also in attendance. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations. Courtesy photo
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