KFC donates to HHS After Prom


Hilsboro’s own “Colonel Sanders,” Rick Kisling of Rick’s Hometown TV & Appliances, was in character Thursday evening at the Hillsboro KFC on Chillicothe Avenue, where a portion of sales from 4-8 p.m. were given to the Hillsboro High School After Prom Committee. Organizers said it was a successful evening with lots of student and community support. Jeanine Bagshaw, partner of Bagshaw Enterprises, said KFC’s total contribution to the HHS After Prom Committee was $620. Front row from left, Bright Sanguanlertruthai, Pam Harp, mascot Emma Reno, Lori Gunderman, “Colonel” Rick Kisling, Jeanine Bagshaw, Sheri Brown, Blake Bagshaw. Second row, RGM Linda Brown and Heith Brown as “Clucky the Chicken.”


Hilsboro’s own “Colonel Sanders,” Rick Kisling of Rick’s Hometown TV & Appliances, was in character Thursday evening at the Hillsboro KFC on Chillicothe Avenue, where a portion of sales from 4-8 p.m. were given to the Hillsboro High School After Prom Committee. Organizers said it was a successful evening with lots of student and community support. Jeanine Bagshaw, partner of Bagshaw Enterprises, said KFC’s total contribution to the HHS After Prom Committee was $620. Front row from left, Bright Sanguanlertruthai, Pam Harp, mascot Emma Reno, Lori Gunderman, “Colonel” Rick Kisling, Jeanine Bagshaw, Sheri Brown, Blake Bagshaw. Second row, RGM Linda Brown and Heith Brown as “Clucky the Chicken.”

Hilsboro’s own “Colonel Sanders,” Rick Kisling of Rick’s Hometown TV & Appliances, was in character Thursday evening at the Hillsboro KFC on Chillicothe Avenue, where a portion of sales from 4-8 p.m. were given to the Hillsboro High School After Prom Committee. Organizers said it was a successful evening with lots of student and community support. Jeanine Bagshaw, partner of Bagshaw Enterprises, said KFC’s total contribution to the HHS After Prom Committee was $620. Front row from left, Bright Sanguanlertruthai, Pam Harp, mascot Emma Reno, Lori Gunderman, “Colonel” Rick Kisling, Jeanine Bagshaw, Sheri Brown, Blake Bagshaw. Second row, RGM Linda Brown and Heith Brown as “Clucky the Chicken.”
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_KFC-check-4-7-16-1.jpgHilsboro’s own “Colonel Sanders,” Rick Kisling of Rick’s Hometown TV & Appliances, was in character Thursday evening at the Hillsboro KFC on Chillicothe Avenue, where a portion of sales from 4-8 p.m. were given to the Hillsboro High School After Prom Committee. Organizers said it was a successful evening with lots of student and community support. Jeanine Bagshaw, partner of Bagshaw Enterprises, said KFC’s total contribution to the HHS After Prom Committee was $620. Front row from left, Bright Sanguanlertruthai, Pam Harp, mascot Emma Reno, Lori Gunderman, “Colonel” Rick Kisling, Jeanine Bagshaw, Sheri Brown, Blake Bagshaw. Second row, RGM Linda Brown and Heith Brown as “Clucky the Chicken.”
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