Jake Green and Lori Massman, co-chairs of this year’s United Way charitable drive, give ideas to Pacesetter groups to try and match or beat funds raised in last year’s campaign.
The annual United Way of Central Missouri’s Pacesetter campaign has begun.
On Wednesday morning, 31 companies began their drives to jumpstart the annual campaign.
Tammy Chute, human resources director for Missouri Farm Bureau, said Farm Bureau was hosting its first event, a bake sale, as she attended the campaign kick-off.
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