From left, VAC member Judy Davila, Keller Williams partners Alan Nielsen, Bryn Huhta and Dan Blanchard.

Cherokee County Senior Services along with the non-profit Volunteer Aging Council, held its annual hot dog luncheon on Aug. 28, 2019 at the Cherokee county Senior Center to support low-income seniors in Cherokee county.

The money raised will go to help seniors with health and safety renovations, “Last Stop” financial assistance and more.

At the luncheon, the Safe Parent Fund Real Estate Team with Keller Williams Realty were there to present their third $500 check for a total of $1,500 since the inception of the program a month ago. The team of Regina Sitterley, Alan Nielsen, Bryn Huhta and Dan Blanchard has partnered with the VAC as a charitable partner to help stop elder abuse and care for low-income seniors in Cherokee County. The VAC is proud to be one of the Safe Parent Fund Real Estate Team’s nonprofit partners, spokeswoman De Gale said.

If you are interested in being a volunteer with the VAC, contact Gale via email at dlgale@cherokeega.com. To learn more about the Safe Parent Fund, contact Sitterley at ReginaSitterley@kw.com.

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