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Volunteer Center gets $1,000 check from Main Street Market

The Scotts Bluff County Volunteer Center received a $1,000 check Tuesday morning from Panhandle Coop and Main Street Market for participating in the "Receipts for Cash" Program for non-profit organizations.
If $100,000 in receipts are collected by an organization, those receipts are turned in and the organization receives 1% of those receipt total in cash.

Panhandle Coop Marketing Director said, "We are very excited to present this check to the Volunteer Center. They partner with us every Tuesday morning by calling and shopping in the "Shopping for Seniors" Program. We could not do the program without

Wiedeman and Main Street Market Manager, Eric King, presented the check to Volunteer Center Executive Director, Jill Allen and the "Shopping for Seniors" volunteers.

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