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RONCEVERTE, W. Va (WVVA)-- The Ronceverte Development Corporation's Main Street Program is setting up for its second annual Super Sunday Football Party fundraiser.
 
It is set to be held on Sunday February 3rd, 2013 at the Clifford Recreation and Community Center (Clifford Armory) located in Ronceverte, WV.

The event promises to be an exciting and fun way to enjoy super Sunday with friends and neighbors, and at the same time help to support the Ronceverte Development Corporation and the Main Street program. The program's goal is to revitlalize and restore the downtown business district and the Ronceverte community at large.

Along with watching the Super Bowl, there will be food and refreshments included with a $12 donation.  There will also be games and raffles to win many prizes that have been generously donated by the merchants of Ronceverte and surrounding communities.

Child care will be available for an additional donation and children will have access to on-site games and activities to participate in which will be fully supervised by our dedicated volunteers. If you are planning on bringing a child please call ahead to reserve a place in our child care room. To do so, call Kim Erskine at 304- 647-5455.

The doors for this event will open at 5:00 PM for pre-game activities. Kick –off time is 6:30PM. Tickets for this event are available for a $12.00 donation at the door on the day of the event.

For more information you can call the RDC office at 304-647-3140. You can also find out more about RDC by going to their website at www.mainstreetronceverte.com.

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