Spaghetti dinner held to help with medical expenses for Mike Kesling


A spaghetti dinner was held Saturady evening at the Harrison County Senior Center to benefit Mike Kesling.

Organizers said Kesling is a former Captain of the Clarksburg Police Department who is battling cancer. There was raffles, a silent auction, and of course the spaghetti and plenty of deserts. All the money donated will go to Kesling to help with medical expenses. 

“Families in need come to us and we donate money, and with Mike being my cousin I thought it was a good thing that we should donate some money to him. So we’ve got several guys here from our group and we just like to do good things for good people,” said Kevin Wentz, Road Lieutenant for Eight Eight Six Foundation. 

Wentz says the Eight Eight Six Foundation works to help the community in any way that they can.

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