The United Way of Hardin County’s 2nd Annual Days of Caring held this past Friday and Saturday was a big success.
United Way Executive Director Michele Daniels said 10 different service projects were held throughout the county with over 100 volunteers.
Some of the groups volunteering their time were:
Pleasant Buckeye 4-H Group volunteered in Dunkirk
Precision Strip Employees
Salvation Army Board Member
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Kenton Football Team
Kenton Dental Care Employees
United Way Board Members & Volunteers
and, the ONU Healthwise Bus, which was in Dunkirk giving free health screenings.