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ACHS students start early to help Operation Christmas Child

ACHS Workforce Development Youth Services students donate to Operation Christmas Child
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By Stacy Loy, CEO, Empowerment Solutions Group

Adair County High School students enrolled in the Workforce Development Youth Services program recently collected items to stuff Operation Christmas Child (OCC) shoe boxes. The event was a community service/learning project for the students and was organized by Empowerment Solutions Group, who serves as the service provider for the youth of Adair County. The boxes were donated by the students to Columbia Baptist Church to be included in their annual OCC collection.

This story was posted on 2011-11-08 17:12:16
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ACHS helps stuff Operation Christmas Tree boxes

2011-11-08 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Chad Parnell.
ACHS students are shown holding the boxes they stuffed for Operation Christmas Child. Front row, from left: Robyn Mantooth (ACHS Teacher and Case Manager), Brandy Parson, Courtney Janes, Cora Nowlin, Ashleigh Yoebstl, Kishia Carey.Back row: Sami Jo Ballou, Chris Janes, Megan Janes, Felicia Morgan, Chelsea Nowlin, Brittany Franklin, Hunter DeLucca, Stacy Loy (Empowerment Solutions Group), and Bro. Randy Copeland (First Baptist Church).

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