PACK NIGHT Raises $45,000

 

The Reeds Spring School Foundation raised $45,000 at the 10th Annual PACK NIGHT at Dolly Parton’s Stampede.

That money will be used to provide scholarships to high school seniors to continue their education and will also fund grants for classroom teachers. Over the ten-year history of PACK NIGHT, the Reeds Spring School Foundation has raised nearly $475,000.

PACK NIGHT attendees heard a keynote address by Dylan Cole, a linebacker for the Houston Texans. They also enjoyed the full Dolly Parton’s Stampede experience at a discounted price.

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

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