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Frank Di Tillo, Ex. Dir. of the United Way; Roy Hark, 2017 United Way Campaign Chair; Archie Clark; Mike Jeffries; Rachel Bemis, Northeast Power Campaign Chairperson; and Jerry Daniels III. Roy Hark, Campaign Chairman for the United Way of the Mark Twain Area, joins with the Northeast Power Community Fundraising Committee as they celebrate the

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(l-r) Frank Di Tillo, Ex. Director United Way of the Mark Twain Area, Joella Dryden and Stacy Florea BASF United Way Team Members and Roy Hark 2017 United Way Campaign chairman. Stacy Florea presents a corporate donation check to Roy Hark. This generous corporate support from BASF is timely as the United Way continues to

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Pictured: Rich Rice, Manager of the SC Data Center Hannibal Missouri, presents the corporate donation for this year’s United Way campaign to Roy Hark United Way Campaign Chairman for 2017. The check from SC Data Center represents not just the corporate support for the United Way but also the results of the employee campaign. Together

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Pictured are Chad Ford, Roy Hark, Darin Redd, Ryan Rapp, Carl Nietiedt, Frank Di Tillo. Chad Ford, Business Relationship Manager Commerce Bank, presents Roy Hark, United Way Campaign Chairman, with a $1,800.00 check. The check represents the Commerce Bank corporate support for the 2017 United Way of the Mark Twain Area Campaign. The personal support

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Officially kicking off the Campaign 2017 the United Way of the Mark Twain Area, Board of Directors, partner agencies and supporters gathered in Central Park, Hannibal Missouri to celebrate this year’s theme “Lend a Helping Hand to Your Community.” Campaign Chairman Roy Hark talked about his commitment and passion for the work of the United

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Pictured from the left. Frank Di Tillo, Ex Director of the United Way of the Mark Twain Area, Maggie Clavenna, Assistant Manager Hannibal Downtown, Roy Hark, United Way Campaign Chair, Nikki Bush, Assistant Manager Hannibal North, Dawn Lowrey, AVP Hannibal Market. U.S. Bank continues its long standing support of the United Way of the Mark

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