Madison Rams claim top Spaghetti Bowl charity prize
Dec. 8-12, 2014
Richland County Children Services presented Spaghetti Bowl checks on Oct. 31 after Madison's win over Mansfield Senior. Thanks to the win by the Rams, one check for $2,343.75 went to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. A second check for $781.25 went to the United Way of Richland County. The money represented the proceeds from the charity pasta dinner Oct.27 at Mansfield Senior High School.
Former Madison star and OSU linebacker Obie Stillwell was the keynote speaker at Spaghetti Bowl dinner
The first Richland County Children Services Spaghetti Bowl on Oct. 27 at Mansfield Senior High School was a huge success with hundreds in attendance at the charity dinner.
Fans of Mansfield Senior and Madison Comprehensive high school football teams were in attendance, as were players, cheerleaders and band members from both schools.
Mansfield Senior and Madison play Friday night in the annual regular-season finale of the cross-town rivalry clash. After the game, checks from the dinner's proceeds will be presented to charities selected by the two schools.
Mansfield Senior selected the United Way of Richland County and Madison chose the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
Click the links below for local media coverage of the dinner.
Richland County Children Services walks in Halloween Parade
Agency annual report now available here online
Richland County Children Services has posted its 2013 annual report on its Web site.
The report details agency activities during the past year, as well as financial information and plans for the future. You can view the 10-page annual report by clicking the link below.
Richland County Children Services has an opening for an executive assistant. Please visit our careers page to learn more about the position and how you may apply.