Hunt’s Butcher Shop recently participated in a fundraiser with the Cancer Association of Darke County. The shop donated ¼ beef, as well as the processing, to a raffle that would benefit Darke County cancer patients.
The raffle was well received in the community and raised over $5,000 to help those battling cancer.
Janet Zumberger won the raffle and was surprised and happy. She said she has participated in the association’s fundraisers in the past because she feels it is a good organization.
Tim and Jerry Hunt started the butcher shop in 1997. It started as a custom butcher shop, and in time to come, it became a state-inspected facility. They supply meat to restaurants and other businesses that sell meat. They also take phone-in orders if there is a special need. They provide walk-in service and have a freezer stocked at all times. They are working on getting a fresh meat case up and running and also selling cold meat and cheese. Check their business out by stopping by at their location, 2167 Ross Road, Greenville, and/or calling them at 937-547-0710.
Christine Lynn, Executive Director, would like to thank Hunt’s for their generosity and all who participated in the raffle. It will greatly help local cancer patients.