Acteon Lights for Life donates $13,656 to Special Olympics Montgomery County

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Pictured representing Special Olympics Montgomery County and Acteon are athletes Trevor Ciampoli; Lauren Otterbein; Christian Barfield; Montgomery County Manager/Head Coach: Track and Field/Long Distance Running-Special Olympics Pennsylvania Sport Director/Track & Field/Long Distance Running coach Scott Otterbein; and Acteon employee Mathew Faust. (Submitted Photo)

Acteon Networks, LLC, a privately-owned comprehensive telecommunications and NEC dealer headquartered in Fort Washington, recently donated at check for $13,656 to Special Olympics Montgomery County with proceeds from the annual Light Up a Life charity drive.

The Yoast family of Acteon creates a spectacular holiday light display each year, and donates the proceeds to local charities.

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According to Acteon Networks, “this year with the help of all of the incredible folks who dropped a few bucks in the donation buckets, and the corporate sponsors we were able to raise a grand total of $27,312.00

“Each year we split 100 percent of all money raised and this year the money went to Special Olympics of Montgomery County who was presented with a check for $13,656. They will use the funds for new equipment.

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