Valero raises funds for local children’s charities

Local children’s charities recently  received a total of $35,000 from employees of the Valero Fort Dodge Ethanol Plant who helped raise the funds through the Valero Energy Foundation and the company’s sponsorship of the 2017 Valero Texas Open and Benefit for Children in San Antonio.
Pictured in front from left are Michelle Carden, Your Own United Resources; Loree Stewart, Valero; and Brad Klug, Rabiner Treatment Center.
Pictured in back from left are Troy Shaner, Valero; Ally Walter, Valero; Carolyn Maschino, ISU Extension Buy-Eat-Live Healthy Program; Charles Clayton, Athletics for Education and Success; Aaron Peterson, Valero; and Jay Holder, Valero.

Local children’s charities recently received a total of $35,000 from employees of the Valero Fort Dodge Ethanol Plant who helped raise the funds through the Valero Energy Foundation and the company’s sponsorship of the 2017 Valero Texas Open and Benefit for Children in San Antonio. Pictured in front from left are Michelle Carden, Your Own United Resources; Loree Stewart, Valero; and Brad Klug, Rabiner Treatment Center. Pictured in back from left are Troy Shaner, Valero; Ally Walter, Valero; Carolyn Maschino, ISU Extension Buy-Eat-Live Healthy Program; Charles Clayton, Athletics for Education and Success; Aaron Peterson, Valero; and Jay Holder, Valero.

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