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HCC employees give back for Thanksgiving
11/17/2018

Theresa Grossman loading meals for delivery

(KNZA)--On November 14, Highland Community College employees donated enough food to provide 16 families in need from Doniphan County with a Thanksgiving meal.

According to a news release from the college, the effort was spearheaded on campus by a group of employees called The Hamper Committee.  The group includes Theresa Grossman, Laura Young, Margy Heddens, Shelley Smith, Pamela Fulbright, Sam Perkins, and Amy Foley.

Grossman, a speech instructor at Highland, noted the project could not have happened without the tremendous generosity of the college’s employees.

The committee coordinated the effort with a larger project by the Doniphan County Council on Aging and Transportation, and for delivery of the meals and pies.

The pies were provided by Hiawatha Wal-Mart and State Farm of Hiawatha.

 

 

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