Students raise money for Thanksgiving food baskets


Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Lion mascot sort through groceries and help prepare several food baskets which will be delivered to Shelby County families that are currently in need of assistance during the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. The food baskets are the result of a lot of hard work completed by fifth grade students from Botkins, Jackson Center, Houston and Fort Loramie School districts assignment that required them to complete a chore at home and earn $1. The student then donated their $1 towards the cost of the food for the food baskets. The students experienced the effects of working together and helping the less fortunate. The Sidney-Shleby County Salvation Army assisted with providing the names of the families that will be receiving the food baskets. The overall cost for the three food baskets was $430.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Lion mascot sort through groceries and help prepare several food baskets which will be delivered to Shelby County families that are currently in need of assistance during the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. The food baskets are the result of a lot of hard work completed by fifth grade students from Botkins, Jackson Center, Houston and Fort Loramie School districts assignment that required them to complete a chore at home and earn $1. The student then donated their $1 towards the cost of the food for the food baskets. The students experienced the effects of working together and helping the less fortunate. The Sidney-Shleby County Salvation Army assisted with providing the names of the families that will be receiving the food baskets. The overall cost for the three food baskets was $430.

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Lion mascot sort through groceries and help prepare several food baskets which will be delivered to Shelby County families that are currently in need of assistance during the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. The food baskets are the result of a lot of hard work completed by fifth grade students from Botkins, Jackson Center, Houston and Fort Loramie School districts assignment that required them to complete a chore at home and earn $1. The student then donated their $1 towards the cost of the food for the food baskets. The students experienced the effects of working together and helping the less fortunate. The Sidney-Shleby County Salvation Army assisted with providing the names of the families that will be receiving the food baskets. The overall cost for the three food baskets was $430.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_SDN111916FoodSheriff-1.jpgShelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Lion mascot sort through groceries and help prepare several food baskets which will be delivered to Shelby County families that are currently in need of assistance during the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. The food baskets are the result of a lot of hard work completed by fifth grade students from Botkins, Jackson Center, Houston and Fort Loramie School districts assignment that required them to complete a chore at home and earn $1. The student then donated their $1 towards the cost of the food for the food baskets. The students experienced the effects of working together and helping the less fortunate. The Sidney-Shleby County Salvation Army assisted with providing the names of the families that will be receiving the food baskets. The overall cost for the three food baskets was $430. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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