Donation is music to dining hall committee’s ears


The success of Peck Fest was music to the ears of more than festival goers. On Friday at the Mason County Fair, festival organizers Garry and Karrie Peck, donated $1,000 from festival proceeds to the 4-H dining hall fund for continued construction. The dining hall project was chosen to receive the donation by the Peck Fest Committee which votes on a worthy community cause to donate to, as a way to give back to the area. Pictured from left, Karrie and Bristol Peck, WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright, Garry Peck and sons Garrett and Brody Peck, and from the dining hall committee, Lisa Arbogast and Linda Roush.

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The success of Peck Fest was music to the ears of more than festival goers. On Friday at the Mason County Fair, festival organizers Garry and Karrie Peck, donated $1,000 from festival proceeds to the 4-H dining hall fund for continued construction. The dining hall project was chosen to receive the donation by the Peck Fest Committee which votes on a worthy community cause to donate to, as a way to give back to the area. Pictured from left, Karrie and Bristol Peck, WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright, Garry Peck and sons Garrett and Brody Peck, and from the dining hall committee, Lisa Arbogast and Linda Roush.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.15-PPR-Peck-Fest.jpgThe success of Peck Fest was music to the ears of more than festival goers. On Friday at the Mason County Fair, festival organizers Garry and Karrie Peck, donated $1,000 from festival proceeds to the 4-H dining hall fund for continued construction. The dining hall project was chosen to receive the donation by the Peck Fest Committee which votes on a worthy community cause to donate to, as a way to give back to the area. Pictured from left, Karrie and Bristol Peck, WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright, Garry Peck and sons Garrett and Brody Peck, and from the dining hall committee, Lisa Arbogast and Linda Roush. Beth Sergent | Register