DERRY, Pa. - An employee of the Derry Area School District is the winner of a new car, thanks to the United Way of Westmoreland County.
Officials said 10 finalists, who donated $3 or more each week in 2012, were awarded for their participation.
Kitty Kelly was awarded the grand prize and will choose a car from one of five different sponsors.
The United Way of Westmoreland County is a nonprofit organization that invests its resources in efforts that solve critical community problems with measurable results. Covering Westmoreland and Fayette counties and a portion of Armstrong County, the United Way serves approximately 100,000 people through partnerships in three targeted areas: helping children attain success in learning and life; supporting the basic needs and financial stability for the community; and ensuring health access and independence for our neighbors.
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