On Halloween, three members of the Otterville Future Business Leaders of America and an Alum were injured in an automobile accident on Highway 65. Otterville Future Business Leaders of America are now holding fundraisers for the families involved.

According to Mrs. Cindy Birdwell, Adviser for the Otterville Future Business Leaders of America at Otterville School, the group is holding a double-meal fundraiser for the families involved in the crash.

Monday, November 15, the group is holding a baked potato meal. And on Tuesday, November 16, the group is holding a spaghetti dinner. Monday's meal will include a baked potato bar, hot bread, dessert, and drink. Tuesday's meal will include spaghetti, green beans, hot bread, dessert, and drink. Additionally, there will be a baked goods auction on both nights.

The cost is $10.00 per meal and the events are being held from 4:00 PM -8:00 PM CST in the Otterville School Cafeteria, 101 W. Georgetown Street, Otterville. Proceeds will benefit the families of those injured in the crash.

More information on the benefit dinners can be found on the Otterville School website. Or you can contact Mrs. Cindy Birdwell at 660-233-3374.

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