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Legislator Mills announces event raises $910 for North Collins Library


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oneilj - Posted on 14 July 2017

Erie County Legislator John J. Mills is pleased to announce that the annual Hot Dog Roast Fundraiser benefitting the North Collins Library raised $910 for the branch. The money was donated during a presentation held July 11 at the library with Kimberly Nobles, North Collins Library Director.

 

“We had a good night at North Collins gathering with friends to support this wonderful branch. We also enjoyed great entertainment provided by Buffalo Animal Adventures,” said Legislator Mills. 

 

“We’re so grateful to Legislator Mills’ for his love of libraries and his desire to help us provide to the community. We hope to use the funds raised to provide programming this fall and winter,” said Director Nobles.

 

North Collins, which held its fundraiser on June 21, raised $910, bringing the library’s six-year total to $6,141. 

 

The Hot Dog Roast Fundraisers have raised nearly $70,000 for the libraries in Legislator Mills’ district.

 

For information on the Hot Dog Roast Fundraisers, or to speak with Legislator Mills, please contact his Legislative Office at 858-8850 or email john.mills@erie.gov.