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Published: January 4, 2013
Angel tree helpers
The Greene County Career and Technology Center Health Assistant Hosa Club “adopted” two “Angels” from the Catholic Charities Angel Tree Christmas project. Both the morning and afternoon students, as well as their instructor, were given a wish list from their two angels. Everyone in the class went shopping to ensure the angels would receive everything they had wished for.The gifts were placed in large Christmas bags and delivered to Catholic Charities. The Health Assistant students felt both honored and privileged to be part of this project. Students from the morning session are, first row, from left, Kelli Hart, instructor; Courtney Dailey, Teresa Galloway, Patricia Miller, Emily McNary, Ailisa Stewart and Krista Peteritis; second row, Jennifer Hogue, Delilah McClintock, Mikala Golden, Amber Kesner, Samuel Taylor, Chelsey Blake and Jonathan Clayton. Missing from the photo are Sami Adamson, Thomasina Airwyke, Cecelia Bechen, Ashley Cordwell and Jaysie Walters.
Afternoon session students are, first row, from left, Kelli Hart, instructor; and Tanya Phillips; second row, Tally Matthews, Rebecca Gilbert, Rachel Carrico, Courtney Henry, Leslie Simpkins, Destinee Haney, Kelsey Phillips and Sierra Yeager; third row, Garry Carter, Shelby Wise, Carlie Gaines, Dariane Medlen, Skeila Wisniewski and Tonya Conard. Missing from the photo are Erin Eddy, Ashley Blake and Kathy Drummond.
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