PAN Donates Mohair Sock Proceeds at Fundraiser for Local Woman


The Patriot News recently published an article, “Annual Perry Valley Grange New Year’s Day pork and sauerkraut dinner raised money for local woman“. Everyone at Pure American Naturals (PAN) is so impressed by the kindhearted Perry County residents that helped us raise more than $6,000 for one of our own, Bobbie Jo Rumfelt.

The Event

The grange in Perry Valley holds an annual New Year’s Day public dinner for the local residents. This year more than 400 people were in attendance who helped to eat more than 300 pounds of pork, potatoes and cabbage. All the proceeds of this year’s dinner were donated to Bobbie Jo Rumfelt’s “Bobbie Jo’s Hopes and Dreams” fund.

Bobbie Jo’s Hopes and Dreams

Roberta Jo Rumfelt, known to loved ones as Bobbie Jo, is battling cancer. She has a husband and a son who is in the first grade. It is her and her husband’s dream to take their son, Ethan, to Walt Disney World to make beautiful, lasting memories. A fund has been lovingly set up in her honor called “Bobbie Jo’s Hopes and Dreams”.

Sock it to Cancer

The “Sock it to Cancer” campaign was started by the team at PAN. When you buy a pair of mohair socks as part of this initiative, every dollar collected is donated to Bobbie Jo and her family. These sustainable socks are available in many sizes and styles.

PAN sold their high-quality mohair socks at the Perry Valley Grange’s New Year’s Day dinner to raise additional funds. Bobbie Jo is a very special member of the PAN community, and PAN was proud to be part of such a meaningful and supportive event.

Are you wondering how you can help Bobbie Jo and her family? Purchase a luxurious pair of mohair socks online today and help us Sock it to Cancer.

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