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Troia Social Club donates to Special Olympics

July 1, 2012

Photo submitted - The Troia Social Club held a chicken dinner Sunday, with proceeds to benefit the Elk County Special Olympics. Pictured are members of the Troia Social Club presenting a check to representatives of the Elk/Cameron Counties Special Olympics.
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Colin Deppen

The Troia Social Club held a chicken dinner Sunday, with proceeds to benefit the Elk County Special Olympics. Pictured are members of the Troia Social Club presenting a check to representatives of the Elk/Cameron Counties Special Olympics.
Pictured, from left to right, are: Angie Sorg, competition and family coordinator for the Elk/Cameron Special Olympics; Mick Armstrong, Troia Social Club president; Mike Kronenwetter, fundraising coordinator for the Elk/Cameron Special Olympics; Matthew Kronenwetter, Special Olympics athlete; Jeff Carlson, Troia Social Club board of directors; and Irv Reichard, Troia Social Club secretary.

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