CAB thanks donors with big bash

RIDGEWAY – The Christian Assistance Bridge’s 5th annual Flavors of Fall fundraiser brought almost 200 guests to The Farm at Ridgeway Thursday night for music, dinner, door prizes and good news of what CAB is accomplishing in the community these days to help families and individuals in need.

John Covert thanks donors in attendance for their support of CAB. | Photos: Barbara Ball

John Covert, CAB Board Vice President talked about the program’s success in the community and introduced Joseph Scott who gave testimony about how CAB helped his family when he was diagnosed with a rare muscle disease that left him unable to work or earn a living for his family.

Recognition was given to Lauren Well, the past Board Chair of CAB and to Meredith Covert for her work with Blythewood Gives, a charitable program she founded last year that brings in donations for CAB.

Covert thanked the community for its support of CAB and thanked the group’s volunteers for their dedication.

Resa Cochran recognizes Meredith Covert for Blythewood Gives program.

Lauren Wells, previous CAB Board Chair, and John Covert

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