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Local Students Help Collect Food For Cherokee County’s Crisis Center

The Centre Rotary Club, along with Cherokee County Schools, recently held a canned food drive to benefit the Cherokee County Crisis Center.

Centre Elementary Food Drive
Centre Elementary food drive Seated on the front row left to right: Ethan Meadows, Trinity Wood, Bryant Lambert, Jenna Davidson, Tori Lacey, Joseph Rayborn, Dalton Adderhold, Lilly DeBerry, Andrew Kemp Standing left to right: Elora Bradley, Chris Gooden, Kelly Owen, D’Angelo Wright, Jada Kennon, Kaylee Green, Kailey Carothers, Brooklyn McDaniel, Jacob Phillips, and Noah Brown,Cassandra Lindsey, teacher, is in the left back corner

The Crisis Center’s food inventory has been depleted in recent months. The goal of the food drive was to replenish their inventory to enable them to continue serving the Cherokee County residents that qualify for their assistance.

Centre Middle School food drive
Centre Middle School 7th Grade Math and Science Club recently sponsored a school wide canned food drive. The members, along with CMS students, collected 2,015 cans for the Centre Rotary Club. The 7th Grade Math and Science Club Sponsors are Cynthia Green and Erin Young. The canned food items were donated to the Cherokee County Crisis Center. Front Row – Jake Minnix, Centre Rotary Club volunteer, Luke Mayhall, Kendrick Fife, Chloe Garner, Maggie Amos and Audrey Wester, CMS 7th grade students.

The food drive succeeded in donating an estimated 5,000 cans of food to the Crisis Center. Centre Middle School collected the most cans with their total of 2,015. Their food drive was sponsored by the 7th grade Math & Science Club.

CCCTC food drive
Cherokee County Career & Technology Center food drive These students helped by unloading the food at the Cherokee County Crisis Center and sorting the food for their pantry. L – R back row, David Bishop, Levi Stanfield, Drew Hartline, Autumn Abernathy, Allie Anthony, Austin Freeman, Dylan Newberry, Justin Bobo. L – R front row, Sarah Hughes, Micah Davis, Destiny Askew, Carly Simpson, JAG Instructor- Mrs. Anita Nation is standing behind Destiny Askew.

Several students from the Cherokee County Career & Technology Center were of great help with their assistance in unloading and sorting cans that were delivered to the Cherokee County Crisis Center.

Spring Garden School food drive
Spring Garden food drive These are 11th grade members of Spring Garden’s Fellowship of Christian Students who helped with collection of the canned goods. Front: Abbie Porter and Rachel Scott Back: Alex Robertson, Bailee Kerr, and Samuel Parris
Sitting (L to R):  Alyssa Cleland, McKayla Self, Lexi Pettus, Shannon Butler, Paige Sansom Leaning (L to R):  Breezie Farrar, Trena Lyles, Natalie Walls, Paige Norris, Erin Langley Standing (L to R):  Lillie Caldwell, Savannah Blackwell, Peyton Mackey, Kayla Cleland, Emily Phillips
Sitting (L to R): Alyssa Cleland, McKayla Self, Lexi Pettus, Shannon
Butler, Paige Sansom Leaning (L to R): Breezie Farrar, Trena Lyles, Natalie
Walls, Paige Norris, Erin Langley Standing (L to R): Lillie Caldwell,
Savannah Blackwell, Peyton Mackey, Kayla Cleland, Emily Phillips
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Joey Weaver

Joey Weaver has worked for WEIS Radio in Centre as the Assistant News Director since 2008 covering news in Northeast Alabama and Northwest Georgia.

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