Chamber Mixer to Benefit Former Board President
Just before Thanksgiving, longtime Chamber board member, community advocate and former Basin Radio Network General Manager Don Clonch was diagnosed with Stage 4 brain and lung cancer. Circumstances have left Clonch and his family without health insurance. Daily trips to Rapid City for treatment, from their home in Moorcroft, have led to an abundance of expenses.
The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce is now asking for the Chamber membership and our community to come to the aid of a man who has long supported so many of us.
Thunder Basin Ford has generously offered to host the Chamber mixer this month, as a benefit for Clonch and his family.
Please join us this Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Thunder Basin Ford to show your support and generosity. There will be a silent auction and tickets available for purchase to win an iPad with all funds going to Clonch. There will also be a 50-50 drawing.
The Knights of Columbus will also be in attendance offering tickets for their gun raffle to benefit the Clonches.
Learn more about the benefit and how you can help here.
A benefit account for the Clonch family has been set up at Campco Federal Credit Union for anyone who may want to contribute.