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11:36 PM, Apr. 3, 2013  |  Comments
Members of the Everest Metro Police Department accept $1,000 from the D.C. Everest gaming club March 18 to help fund the K-9 unit.
Members of the Everest Metro Police Department accept $1,000 from the D.C. Everest gaming club March 18 to help fund the K-9 unit.
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D.C. Everest Senior High School

D.C. Everest Senior High School

On March 18, The D.C. Everest gaming club again donated proceeds from EverCon, the annual gaming convention it hosts each January. This year, $3,000 was given back to the community.

The new D.C. Everest K-9 unit received $1,000; The Salvation Army received $750; and $500 was given to the Matt Kell Scolarship Fund, which was established in 2012 after Matt Kell died in a terrible traffic accident in October 2011.

Matt was a former member of the club who returned frequently to volunteer. The check was accepted by his father, Steve Kell.

Also, $250 worth of games were given to the Girl Scouts of America Camp Del O'Claire, and another $250 in games were given to the D.C. Everest Idea Charter School. The final award was $250 given to the ninth-grade professional learning community social studies group.

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