WASHINGTON COUNTY, Tenn. - The Washington County, Tennessee United Way proudly announced the 2013 Fall Community Giving Campaign surpassed it's $1.7 Million goal by about $7,600.
The results of the campaign were announced at a news conference on Thursday morning.
The United Way of Washington County, Tennessee supports 17 different agencies that greatly depend on the United Way support.
Campaign Chairman Eric Horvath tells us: "It touches everybody's life no matter what you think. We have a friend, neighbor, loved one, co-worker, or someone we come in contact with daily by these agencies."
Everyone involved in the campaign made sure that the community knew in a visual way that the United Way reached its goal. They unveiled a big thank you outside the office.
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