McDonald’s benefit nights aid 4 groups


McDonald’s representative Alexis Amos, Department Manager as well as Stephen Ball, General Manager of the
McDonald’s Restaurant on East Wooster Street presented $1456.36 in donations to four organizations that
participated in McDonald’s Benefit Night fundraising program in April.
Organizations receiving donations were the Wood County Humane Society, Colorful Clovers 4-H Club, Rainbow
Coop Preschool and the Bowling Green Evening Lions.
McDonald’s Benefit Night Programs are a way that local owner/operator Ball chooses to give back to the
community. Last year the restaurants in Bowling Green, North Baltimore and Fostoria donated over $20,000
to local organizations through this program last year.
Bowling Green Evening Lions puts the funds to work through their vision assistance and community
The humane society uses funds towards operating costs of helping less fortunate animals of Wood County.

Rainbow Coop Preschool purchases school supplies and educational materials.
Colorful Clovers 4-H Club teaches youth the care of their animals and show at the Wood County Fair.

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