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Posted: Saturday, March 29, 2014 9:00 am

Members of the United Way board stand next to the thermometer showing the final totals benefiting the United Way of Gordon County and the GEM Theatre. Vickie Spence, Clint Hayes Autumn Lester, Tracy Farriba, Chris Tarpley, Cheryl Hollis. Back Row: Pam Stephens, Tucker Mosteller, Aaron Walkover, Thermometer, Clint Thomas, Jim Clark, Robert Mathews. Not Pictured: Todd Harrison, Debbie King, Jennifer Palmer, Jane Belden, Crissy Davis, Will Ostuw, John Robbins, Kyle Smith III, Will Taylor and Justin Timms.

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