ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — A local politician and his family are moving their feet to help others eat through the 2020 Drumstick Dash supporting the Rescue Mission of Roanoke.
Congressman Ben Cline — representing Roanoke, Lynchburg, and the Shenandoah Valley — took to the streets to race with his family on Thanksgiving.
He even posted a picture with his family on his Facebook page on Thursday, Nov. 26, saying he “had a great time working up an appetite” by taking part in the virtual Drumstick Dash.
The last day of the Drumstick Dash is Monday, Nov. 30, so there is still time for you to sign up or donate to help the Roanoke Rescue Mission feed thousands of families in southwest Virginia.
To learn more about the race, visit drumstickdash.net. You can also click here to register to walk or run the Dash or click here to donate to the Rescue Mission of Roanoke.
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