‘Neighbors in Need’ rocks


Four County Career Center students united in a school-wide effort and collected over 27,500 servings of non-perishable food items for the annual “Neighbors In Need” campaign sponsored by FM-105.7 The Bull and Chief supermarkets. All career and technical programs at FCCC participated in the “Packing the Pirate Ship” campaign sponsored by the Skills USA Chapter. Shown above collecting items for Helping Hands of Montpelier, Community Compassion of Bryan, and Pioneer Church of the Nazarene food pantries in Williams County, and following the 105.7 The Bull live remote broadcast, are - front, from left - Emma Geitgey of Patrick Henry, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Hunter Upell of Liberty Center, Savannah Crosser of Defiance, Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro - back, from left - Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schrieber of Napoleon, Thomas Cameron of Tinora, Senior Vice President of The Bull Programming Josh Busch, Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry, iHeart Media Marketing Specialist Brent Roughton, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, Mason Locke of Hilltop, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold), Juan Alvarez of Wauseon, and Nikki Berger of Evergreen.


Four County Career Center students united in a school-wide effort and collected over 27,500 servings of non-perishable food items for the annual “Neighbors In Need” campaign sponsored by FM-105.7 The Bull and Chief supermarkets. All career and technical programs at FCCC participated in the “Packing the Pirate Ship” campaign sponsored by the Skills USA Chapter. Shown above collecting items for Helping Hands of Montpelier, Community Compassion of Bryan, and Pioneer Church of the Nazarene food pantries in Williams County, and following the 105.7 The Bull live remote broadcast, are – front, from left – Emma Geitgey of Patrick Henry, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Hunter Upell of Liberty Center, Savannah Crosser of Defiance, Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro – back, from left – Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schrieber of Napoleon, Thomas Cameron of Tinora, Senior Vice President of The Bull Programming Josh Busch, Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry, iHeart Media Marketing Specialist Brent Roughton, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, Mason Locke of Hilltop, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold), Juan Alvarez of Wauseon, and Nikki Berger of Evergreen.

Four County Career Center students united in a school-wide effort and collected over 27,500 servings of non-perishable food items for the annual “Neighbors In Need” campaign sponsored by FM-105.7 The Bull and Chief supermarkets. All career and technical programs at FCCC participated in the “Packing the Pirate Ship” campaign sponsored by the Skills USA Chapter. Shown above collecting items for Helping Hands of Montpelier, Community Compassion of Bryan, and Pioneer Church of the Nazarene food pantries in Williams County, and following the 105.7 The Bull live remote broadcast, are – front, from left – Emma Geitgey of Patrick Henry, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Hunter Upell of Liberty Center, Savannah Crosser of Defiance, Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro – back, from left – Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schrieber of Napoleon, Thomas Cameron of Tinora, Senior Vice President of The Bull Programming Josh Busch, Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry, iHeart Media Marketing Specialist Brent Roughton, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, Mason Locke of Hilltop, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold), Juan Alvarez of Wauseon, and Nikki Berger of Evergreen.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2016/11/web1_neigbors-in-need-photo.jpgFour County Career Center students united in a school-wide effort and collected over 27,500 servings of non-perishable food items for the annual “Neighbors In Need” campaign sponsored by FM-105.7 The Bull and Chief supermarkets. All career and technical programs at FCCC participated in the “Packing the Pirate Ship” campaign sponsored by the Skills USA Chapter. Shown above collecting items for Helping Hands of Montpelier, Community Compassion of Bryan, and Pioneer Church of the Nazarene food pantries in Williams County, and following the 105.7 The Bull live remote broadcast, are – front, from left – Emma Geitgey of Patrick Henry, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Hunter Upell of Liberty Center, Savannah Crosser of Defiance, Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro – back, from left – Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schrieber of Napoleon, Thomas Cameron of Tinora, Senior Vice President of The Bull Programming Josh Busch, Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry, iHeart Media Marketing Specialist Brent Roughton, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, Mason Locke of Hilltop, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold), Juan Alvarez of Wauseon, and Nikki Berger of Evergreen.

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