$54,000 Raised to Benefit Students and Staff

Students and staff of the Reeds Spring School District will benefit from $54,000 raised at the Ninth Annual PACK NIGHT at Dolly Parton’s Stampede, held on Friday, March 1.

PACK NIGHT is a fundraiser hosted by the Reeds Spring School Foundation, which awards mini-grants to teachers and scholarships to high school seniors.

Attendees heard a keynote address by Scott Bailes, a former major league baseball pitcher who was introduced by local sports legend Ned Reynolds. The night also featured the full Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Branson.

The Reeds Spring School Foundation would like to thank the many businesses, organizations, and families who sponsored the event: Dolly Parton’s Stampede, Dake Wells Architecture, Pizza World, Stiles Roofing, Netwatch, JMARK Business Solutions, Rotary Club of Table Rock Lake, The Track Family Fun Parks, Reeds Spring Athletic Booster Club, Kimberling City Lions Club, Off-Axis Paint, Kimberling City Animal Hospital, Reeds Spring Youth Football, Jim and Linda Holt, Fort Barnes, Wyndham Destinations, Simmons Bank, Titanic Museum Attraction, Arvest Bank, Phoenix Home Care and Hospice, Stoneridge Flooring, Central Bank of Branson, IMAX Entertainment Complex, Harness Roofing, Steed Communities, The Quick family, The Gardner family, The Stabo family, The Kirsch family, and Ted and Linda Miller.
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