Local Four County Students Help Collect Food For Thanksgiving

2014 neighbors in need - williams WEBFour County Career Center students united in a school-wide effort and collected 1,383 pounds of non-perishable food items for the annual “Neighbors In Need” campaign sponsored by 105.7 The Bull and Chief Supermarkets. All career & technical programs at the Career Center participated in the “Packing the Pirate Ship” campaign and filled a pirate ship with the non-perishable items. Through their involvement, the students hope that families in northwest Ohio will have a happier Thanksgiving and Christmas. Shown above following the 105.7 The Bull live remote broadcast with Josh Busch, Program Director, are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Kaitlyn Campbell, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics (Bryan); MaKenzy Huffman-Bowers, Fire & Rescue (Bryan); Brent Roughton, Clear Channel Marketing Specialist; Bryan Garlock, Welding Fabrication (Stryker); Abigail Brink, Fire & Rescue (Montpelier); Caitlin Meade, Computer Networking & Repair (Hilltop); and Busch. Skills USA Leadership Council and advisors, Bill Parsley, Social Studies instructor; and Krista Whetro, Cosmetology instructor; coordinated the event.

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