Tennies for Texas drive Sept. 7-8


Students in the HOSA Future Health Professionals club at Four County Career Center in Archbold are gathering donations of new or gently-used tennis shoes in the “Tennies” for Texas – Put Your Best Foot Forward campaign for the flood victims of Hurricane Harvey. They invite the public to bring their donations to the school atrium Sept. 7-8 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Each pair of shoes will include a note to show support of these victims and show the shoe size. ISOH Impact from Waterville has offered to ship the tennis shoes to Texas. Shown collecting tennis shoes are, from left, Sara Greek of Archbold, Malia Ankney of Tinora, and Kaylee Moore of Wauseon.

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Students in the HOSA Future Health Professionals club at Four County Career Center in Archbold are gathering donations of new or gently-used tennis shoes in the “Tennies” for Texas – Put Your Best Foot Forward campaign for the flood victims of Hurricane Harvey. They invite the public to bring their donations to the school atrium Sept. 7-8 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Each pair of shoes will include a note to show support of these victims and show the shoe size. ISOH Impact from Waterville has offered to ship the tennis shoes to Texas. Shown collecting tennis shoes are, from left, Sara Greek of Archbold, Malia Ankney of Tinora, and Kaylee Moore of Wauseon.
http://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/09/web1_tennies-for-texas.jpgStudents in the HOSA Future Health Professionals club at Four County Career Center in Archbold are gathering donations of new or gently-used tennis shoes in the “Tennies” for Texas – Put Your Best Foot Forward campaign for the flood victims of Hurricane Harvey. They invite the public to bring their donations to the school atrium Sept. 7-8 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Each pair of shoes will include a note to show support of these victims and show the shoe size. ISOH Impact from Waterville has offered to ship the tennis shoes to Texas. Shown collecting tennis shoes are, from left, Sara Greek of Archbold, Malia Ankney of Tinora, and Kaylee Moore of Wauseon.

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