United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley Raising Money at Wheeling’s Heritage Port

A new stand at Wheeling Heritage Port brings refreshments to the community and income to United Way agencies. Named “Iced Tea at a Lemonade Stand,” it is sponsored by Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration and United Dairy. Panhandle built the stand, and United Dairy provides pints of lemonade and sweet and diet iced tea. Shown are Josh Contraguerro, vice president of marketing at Panhandle, and Jessica Rine, associate director United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley. The stand is staffed by United Way agencies, and those organizations receive all money collected. The YWCA will be selling drinks at Wheeling’s upcoming Arts and Cultural Fest today and Saturday.