OCP FALL GALA A SUCCESS!
OCP’s Fifth Annual Fall Gala fundraiser came very close to reaching our goal of $30,000. Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets, the musicians who provided awesome music, and the many volunteers who served, cooked, and delivered meals. Thank you so much!
To our major sponsors: a HUGE THANK YOU!
RODIUM SPONSORS ($3000)
PALLADIUM SPONSORS ($1000 – $2000)
LD&B Insurance and Financial Services
TITANIUM SPONSORS ($500)
Blauch Brothers, Inc.
Friendly City Food Coop
Park View Federal Credit Union
Harrisonburg Electric Commission
Design Concrete Builders
GOLD SPONSORS ($250)
Weaver’s Flooring America
Flora Pettit Law Offices
BrydgeWorks Glass Studio
SILVER SPONSORS ($100)
Blue Ridge Hearing Center
Beachy Arehart CPA’s
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