Williamson County Republicans raise $700 for Harrisburg Tornado Relief Victims
WILLIAMSON COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE DONATES PROCEEDS OF RICK SANTORUM RALLY TO STORM VICTIMS
Rally raises $700 for Harrisburg tornado victims
Marion, IL – The Williamson County Republican Central Committee today presented Harrisburg Mayor Eric Gregg with a check for $700 to go toward relief for the victims of the Harrisburg tornado.
The money was raised at a rally in Herrin for Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum who visited the community prior to the Primary Election on March 20. The Williamson County Republican Central Committee sold snacks and soft drinks and accepted donations at the rallies to benefit tornado victims.
“Mayor Gregg was gracious enough to introduce Senator Santorum to the crowd and so we thought it would be only appropriate to donate the proceeds from the event to the victims of the storm,” said Williamson County Republican Central Committee Chairman Sue Hamilton. “Thanks to the generous support of the people who came out to the event we were able to raise $700.”
Pictured from left to right are: Eric Gregg, Mayor of Harrisburg; Jamie Waller, National Campaign Representative; Sue Hamilton, Chairman of the Williamson County Republican Central Committee; Patti Howard, Vice Chairman of the Williamson County Republican Central Committee and Sharee Whatcott Langenstein, Delegate for Rick Santorum.
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