AEP River Transportation donations


Nikkita Lawson of Mason County Association for Special Citizens (Camp Sunshine), pictured, receives a check for $1,000 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. Due to the 4-H campground being remodeled this year, there will be one “big fun day” held on June 18 at the Mason County Fairgrounds. Camp Sunshine is a non-profit organization to benefit special citizens of all ages in the area.


Ashley Durst, coordinator, and Michael Stanley, participant, of Mason County Special Olympics, pictured, receive a donation of $500 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. This year’s Special Olympics event was held on May 20 at the Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School.


Nikkita Lawson of Mason County Association for Special Citizens (Camp Sunshine), pictured, receives a check for $1,000 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. Due to the 4-H campground being remodeled this year, there will be one “big fun day” held on June 18 at the Mason County Fairgrounds. Camp Sunshine is a non-profit organization to benefit special citizens of all ages in the area.

Ashley Durst, coordinator, and Michael Stanley, participant, of Mason County Special Olympics, pictured, receive a donation of $500 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. This year’s Special Olympics event was held on May 20 at the Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School.

Nikkita Lawson of Mason County Association for Special Citizens (Camp Sunshine), pictured, receives a check for $1,000 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. Due to the 4-H campground being remodeled this year, there will be one “big fun day” held on June 18 at the Mason County Fairgrounds. Camp Sunshine is a non-profit organization to benefit special citizens of all ages in the area.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_5.25-PPR-AEP-1.jpgNikkita Lawson of Mason County Association for Special Citizens (Camp Sunshine), pictured, receives a check for $1,000 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. Due to the 4-H campground being remodeled this year, there will be one “big fun day” held on June 18 at the Mason County Fairgrounds. Camp Sunshine is a non-profit organization to benefit special citizens of all ages in the area.

Ashley Durst, coordinator, and Michael Stanley, participant, of Mason County Special Olympics, pictured, receive a donation of $500 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. This year’s Special Olympics event was held on May 20 at the Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_5.25-PPR-AEP-2.jpgAshley Durst, coordinator, and Michael Stanley, participant, of Mason County Special Olympics, pictured, receive a donation of $500 from Rose Fife and Morty Gilley of AEP River Transportation, Lakin. This year’s Special Olympics event was held on May 20 at the Point Pleasant Junior/Senior High School.
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