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Stay-cation may come in handy
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Alongside are United Way of Effingham executive director Bonnie Dixon and prize winner Matt Fritsch are Paul Mongin (far left) and Natalie Wiser, the G-P loaned associates to the United Way campaign, Tori Perrett, co-chair of the Georgia-Pacific drive, and co-chair Abdul Salvador. - photo by Photo by Pat Donahue
Matt Fritsch of Georgia-Pacific receives his Savannah stay-cation prize package from United Way of Effingham Executive Director Bonnie Dixon. Fritsch, a Guyton resident and employee of the Savannah River Mill in Rincon, had his ticket drawn from more than 200,000 entry forms. The prize is valued at more than $3,000 and provides him and his family accommodations, dining, admissions to museums, scenic tours and carriage rides, among other benefits. Fritsch and his wife, who is expecting a child, also celebrate an anniversary this month.