Children and Family Resource Center surpasses goal with Harvest Dinner with the Stars

Holding her husband’s hand in hers, Jamie Dodson, 33, addressed a room of more than 200 people at the Children and Family Resource Center’s annual Harvest Dinner with the Stars Saturday night at Kenmure Country Club.

The mother of two said she was thankful for the opportunity to give back to the center by sharing her story of how it changed her life and her family through the Incredible Years Programs.

Executive Director Elisha Freeman was wondering Saturday morning if Dodson would be able to share her story with community supporters at the center’s biggest fundraising event of the year. As Freeman looked out at the Nov. 1 snowfall, she feared the center would have to cancel or postpone the event.

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