Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

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Clare Krystosik and Joe Strombly
(Choo Choo Chow Chow)


Roseann Reilly, Howard “Hoddy” Hanna III and Tina Nichols
(Choo Choo Chow Chow)

Helen Hanna Casey and Lisa White
(Choo Choo Chow Chow)

Michelle DeGulis, Howard “Hoddy” Hanna III and
 Janis McCormick
(Choo Choo Chow Chow)


Children’s Free Care Fund
“Choo Choo Chow Chow”




                    Choo Choo Chow Chow, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services’ corporate holiday luncheon to benefit Children’s Free Care Fund, had it all.
    Hundreds of guests filed through the corporate offices enjoying live holiday music and toasting to the season with old friends, business associates and new acquaintances.
    Guests enjoyed a raffle, Chinese and silent auctions, an old-fashioned bake sale as well as an abundant buffet featuring sushi, fresh salads, wraps, pork, beef and so much more. About 30 restaurants and caterers donated their signature dishes.
    The raffle for a 2012 Ford Mustang was definitely a highlight of the holiday fundraiser.
    Since 1988, Howard Hanna has raised nearly $6.7 million. All 134 offices throughout the company hosted events that began the last week in October through the middle of December, according to Howard “Hoby” Hanna IV. Last year the drive raised $617,000.
    This was the eighth year Howard Hanna conducted the Children’s Free Care Fund in Northeast Ohio. Proceeds will benefit Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital, Akron Children’s Hospital and MetroHealth. STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY SALI McSHERRY
 

 


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