Kindale awards spree

Isobel Kay won the Kindale Developmental Association’s shopping spree, which takes place Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Askew’s Foods in Armstrong

Groceries will be flying off the shelf.

Isobel Kay won the Kindale Developmental Association’s shopping spree, which takes place Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Askew’s Foods in Armstrong. The public is invited to cheer her on.

“It has been several years since we have had a shopping spree,” said Dave Wallace, Askew’s store manager.

Kay won the shopping spree during Kindale’s 28th annual Autumn Celebration.

“We are very excited about the shopping spree and are proud to announce that the grand total of $18,000 was raised this year,” said Cindy Masters, Kindale development officer.

Kindale provides programs to individuals with developmental disabilities.

 

 

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