Making a difference


Led by Skills USA, Four County Career Center students united in a schoolwide effort and raised over $700 for the non-profit outreach “Together We Can Make A Difference.” The organization assists people of all ages in northwest Ohio with basic needs and resources that are not available with any government assistance programs. Shown presenting the check are Skills USA Leadership team members. Pictured - front, from left - Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schreiber of Napoleon, outreach member Terri Sedam, Executive Director Kelli Burkhardt - middle, from left - Mason Locke of Hilltop, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Tom Cameron of Tinora, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro - back, from left - Kikki Berger of Evergreen, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, and Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry.


Courtesy photo

Led by Skills USA, Four County Career Center students united in a schoolwide effort and raised over $700 for the non-profit outreach “Together We Can Make A Difference.” The organization assists people of all ages in northwest Ohio with basic needs and resources that are not available with any government assistance programs. Shown presenting the check are Skills USA Leadership team members. Pictured – front, from left – Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schreiber of Napoleon, outreach member Terri Sedam, Executive Director Kelli Burkhardt – middle, from left – Mason Locke of Hilltop, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Tom Cameron of Tinora, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro – back, from left – Kikki Berger of Evergreen, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, and Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry.

Led by Skills USA, Four County Career Center students united in a schoolwide effort and raised over $700 for the non-profit outreach “Together We Can Make A Difference.” The organization assists people of all ages in northwest Ohio with basic needs and resources that are not available with any government assistance programs. Shown presenting the check are Skills USA Leadership team members. Pictured – front, from left – Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schreiber of Napoleon, outreach member Terri Sedam, Executive Director Kelli Burkhardt – middle, from left – Mason Locke of Hilltop, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Tom Cameron of Tinora, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro – back, from left – Kikki Berger of Evergreen, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, and Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry.
http://fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_FCCC-together-.jpgLed by Skills USA, Four County Career Center students united in a schoolwide effort and raised over $700 for the non-profit outreach “Together We Can Make A Difference.” The organization assists people of all ages in northwest Ohio with basic needs and resources that are not available with any government assistance programs. Shown presenting the check are Skills USA Leadership team members. Pictured – front, from left – Alyssa Imm of Edgerton, Bristle Dix of Stryker, Haylee Wyckhouse of Liberty Center, Jaimee Schreiber of Napoleon, outreach member Terri Sedam, Executive Director Kelli Burkhardt – middle, from left – Mason Locke of Hilltop, Adrian Ortiz of Defiance, Richie Ludeman of Defiance, Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold, Haylie Sheets of Liberty Center, Tom Cameron of Tinora, Skills USA Advisor Krista Whetro – back, from left – Kikki Berger of Evergreen, Skills USA Advisor Bill Parsley, Jared Muncy of Patrick Henry, and Robert Montgomery of Patrick Henry. Courtesy photo
comments powered by Disqus