Tab Hunter Honored

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The Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 1704 presented a plaque of appreciation to Debbie Berry of Mad Dog's Sports Bar and Grill for her work to help children. Debbie saves the tabs from cans, which the Moose Lodge then collects and brings to the Ronald McDonald House Charity. Tabs are recycled and Moose Lodge Governor Joe Beirau said that each tab buys a child one minute on a dialysis machine. He stated that thanks to the efforts of Debbie and Mad Dog's the Kingman Moose Lodge leads all lodges in its district in money raised for this effort. In past years the district has given more than 4,000 pounds of pull tabs. Debbie challenged other area establishments to do the same and help collect tabs for children in need. For more information, call Joe Beirau at 681-4639. Standing outside of Mad Dog's Friday are (left to right) Moose Trustee Neil Ricker, Beirau, Treasurer Cal Wormell, Junior Governor JD March, Sergeant at Arms Bob Schlagel, Trustee Mike Schoeff, Berry accepting her "Fan'tab'ulous" plaque, Past Governor Chip Lorion, Trustee Don Knight and Administrator Gary McMullen.