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Updated: 03/15/2014 05:34:13PM

Local restaurant raises money for Leadership Charlotte

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Martha Dyer

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Gift with a Twist owner Paul Bresky recently presented the Charlotte County Homeless Coalition with a check for $2,031.50. Pictured, from left, Tina Figliuolo, director of development at Homeless Coalition; Paul Bresky, owner of Gifts with a Twist; Ashley Gouin, volunteer coordinator at CCHC; and Kevin Russell, past president of CCHC.

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Leadership Charlotte 2014 classmates Paul Andrews, Rick Ilmberger and Angie Matthiessen, seated, pose for a photo with OLAD, the class mascot.

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Members of the Acoustic Guitar Club at the Punta Gorda Isles Civic Association, from left, Ted Perrin, Jim Griffiths, Dan Osborne, James Tonn, Dave Heveron, Bob Graham, Bob Lumsdem and Mike Wahlrab.

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The Powder Puff Charity Golf Classic committee recently presented a check for $8,064 to Tidewell Hospice chief philanthropy officer Denise Pope. Pictured are, from left,

Marlene Arthur, Powder Puff board member; Connie Gean, Powder Puff board member; Suzanne Barksdale, Tidewell Hospice community relations representative; Shirley Cook, Powder Puff board member and community relations director for Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Homes; Stacy Jones, powder puff board member; Pope; Mark Faulkner, PGA professional Port Charlotte Golf Club; Louise Alford, Powder Puff board member; Lois Bell, Powder Puff board member; and Jerry Sandman, Powder Puff board member.

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Ruby Tuesday in the Port Charlotte Town Center mall recently raised $300 for the Leadership Charlotte class of 2014 by donating a portion of its proceeds, according to a release from Leadership Charlotte.

The money was raised as part of the restaurant chain’s Community GiveBack Program, in which Ruby Tuesday donates 20 percent of every bill accompanied by a GiveBack flier to the featured organization. More than $1,500 in sales were reported on the night of the GiveBack, making it one of the most successful GiveBack fundraisers in Charlotte County, according to the release.

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