The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

Local News

April 12, 2013

Denim for a Difference begins Monday

Registration is under way for the United Way of Southern West Virginia’s April 15-19 Denim for a Difference.

In this fundraiser, employees, members or others belonging to a registered business, school or organization can pay to wear jeans to work.

For a donation of $5, the donor is permitted to wear jeans to work one day during that week. For $10, the donor gets to wear jeans for three days and for $15, you can be comfy in your denims the entire week.

To get your company or organization registered, contact chairwoman Teresa Tucker at the United Way, 304-253-2111.

The following have registered to participate:

Abrams & Byron

BB&T-Robert C. Byrd Drive

Cranberry Prosperity Elementary School

Morton Tourist Information Center

Raleigh County DHHR

New River Elementary

First Peoples Bank-Pineville

Beckley Travel Plaza

Fairdale Elementary

City National Bank-Park Avenue

City National Bank-Sophia/MacArthur Walmart

City National Bank-Main & Kanawha Streets

City National Bank-Eisenhower Drive

City National Bank-Crossroads Mall

City National Bank-Harper Road

City National Bank-Beaver

BB&T-Harper Road

New River Community and Technical College-Beckley Campus

New River Community and Technical College-Ghent Campus

New River Community and Technical College-Summersville Campus

L&S Toyota

Marden Rehabilitation

WVNS 59 News

Denim for a Difference sponsors are The Register-Herald, My105.9 WTNJ, Groovy 94.1, 103.7 WCIR and the United Way.

Registration deadline is today.


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