Pathways fundraiser raises $1,700

Donations to Haywood Pathways CenterOver the past year, 14 volunteers placed donation jars at over 40 cooperating Haywood County businesses and other organizations in support of the new Haywood Pathways Center for the homeless. In addition, a large Plexiglas donation box was placed in the lobby of the Waynesville Police Department.

Although the donation jars have been removed, the donation box in the police station is still collecting funds. Since participation in this fundraiser was an all-volunteer effort, every penny raised was given to Pathways, Inc.

Over $1,700 was collected and donated to the Pathways Center.

Many thanks to the Waynesville Police and the organizations that supported this worthwhile effort:

A to Z Signs (also donated donation jar decals and signs)

Ace Hardware on Dellwood Rd

Affairs of the Heart

Ammons Drive Inn Restaurant

Bear’s Den Antiques

Blue Mountain Chiropractic

Burr Studio

Cat in the Attic

Christmas is Everyday

City Bakery

Coffee Cup Cafe

Country Vittles Restaurant

Curl ‘N Chat Salon

Dollar Store and More

Dr. Eric Morrison, D.D.S.

Eric’s Fresh Fish Market

Ferguson’s Supply

Frank’s Up the River

Haywood Christian Ministry Thrift Store

Hazelwood Smokehouse

Hazelwood Tire and Alignment

J Creek Café

James Weaver Kirkpatrick Law Firm

Jiffy Convenience Store

Kanini’s Restaurant

Kim’s Pharmacy

Maggie Valley Biker Wear

Massie Furniture

Mike Sorrels

Pleasant Balsam Baptist Church

R/E Max Realtors

Robin Blu Gift Shop

Salon 212

Sam’s Smart Shell Station

Shell Gas- Maggie Valley

State Employees Credit Union (donated coin counting services)

The Dog House

The Open Door (donated all administrative services)

The Mountaineer

United Community Bank

Waynesville Inn and Golf Resort

Waynesville Pharmacy

Waynesville Tire

Article written by: Mountaineer

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