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Fund-raiser Helps Fill UCM Food Pantry

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Becky Todd, a silent auction donor, and Samantha Newman enjoy the view from the living room of the Kiggins penthouse in South Arlington.

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More than 100 friends of UCM attended the Sunday fund-raiser.

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Host and hostess, Rick and Jane Kiggins.

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UCM executive director Cynthia Hull, Fairfax County Supervisor Gerry Hyland and Realtors Lawanda Swope and Ray Wedell thank everyone for their time and generosity in supporting the programs at UCM.

On Sunday afternoon, March 22, Rick and Jane Kiggins opened up their home, a 21st floor penthouse on S. Eads Street in Arlington for a UCM fund-raiser for United Community Ministries’ Food Pantry. The "Open House – Open Hearts" event featured a silent auction, food by Jackson 20 in Old Town and music by Rod Tompkins. For more information on UCM call 703-768-7106 or visit www.ucmagency.org