NCB donates to Power Pack program


NCB donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank recently for the benefit of the Hillsboro City School’s Power Pack Program, a brown bag of food delivered to children in grades K-8. Recipients of Power Packs qualify for free and reduced lunches, but may have not have enough to eat outside of school, especially during weekends, holidays, and extended school breaks. Power Packs deliver bags of food to children prior to weekends and school breaks. Each bag contains 15 nutritional items such as sunflower butter, low-sugar or whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, chickpeas, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other high protein, low-sugar, healthy choices. The Freestore Foodbank currently serves more than 4,500 students each week at more than 100 schools in 11 counties across Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. For more information or to make a donation, visit the Hillsboro City School’s website and click on Power Pack Program on the Hillsboro Elementary School page. You may also visit any NCB Branch to make a donation. Pictured, from left, are Jacob Zink, Hillsboro Elementary School principal for grades 2-3; Telly McGaha, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Tammy Irvin, NCB regional branch manager; and Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region.


NCB donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank recently for the benefit of the Hillsboro City School’s Power Pack Program, a brown bag of food delivered to children in grades K-8. Recipients of Power Packs qualify for free and reduced lunches, but may have not have enough to eat outside of school, especially during weekends, holidays, and extended school breaks. Power Packs deliver bags of food to children prior to weekends and school breaks. Each bag contains 15 nutritional items such as sunflower butter, low-sugar or whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, chickpeas, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other high protein, low-sugar, healthy choices. The Freestore Foodbank currently serves more than 4,500 students each week at more than 100 schools in 11 counties across Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. For more information or to make a donation, visit the Hillsboro City School’s website and click on Power Pack Program on the Hillsboro Elementary School page. You may also visit any NCB Branch to make a donation. Pictured, from left, are Jacob Zink, Hillsboro Elementary School principal for grades 2-3; Telly McGaha, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Tammy Irvin, NCB regional branch manager; and Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region.

NCB donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank recently for the benefit of the Hillsboro City School’s Power Pack Program, a brown bag of food delivered to children in grades K-8. Recipients of Power Packs qualify for free and reduced lunches, but may have not have enough to eat outside of school, especially during weekends, holidays, and extended school breaks. Power Packs deliver bags of food to children prior to weekends and school breaks. Each bag contains 15 nutritional items such as sunflower butter, low-sugar or whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, chickpeas, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other high protein, low-sugar, healthy choices. The Freestore Foodbank currently serves more than 4,500 students each week at more than 100 schools in 11 counties across Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. For more information or to make a donation, visit the Hillsboro City School’s website and click on Power Pack Program on the Hillsboro Elementary School page. You may also visit any NCB Branch to make a donation. Pictured, from left, are Jacob Zink, Hillsboro Elementary School principal for grades 2-3; Telly McGaha, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Tammy Irvin, NCB regional branch manager; and Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_NCB-donates-pic.jpgNCB donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank recently for the benefit of the Hillsboro City School’s Power Pack Program, a brown bag of food delivered to children in grades K-8. Recipients of Power Packs qualify for free and reduced lunches, but may have not have enough to eat outside of school, especially during weekends, holidays, and extended school breaks. Power Packs deliver bags of food to children prior to weekends and school breaks. Each bag contains 15 nutritional items such as sunflower butter, low-sugar or whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, chickpeas, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other high protein, low-sugar, healthy choices. The Freestore Foodbank currently serves more than 4,500 students each week at more than 100 schools in 11 counties across Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. For more information or to make a donation, visit the Hillsboro City School’s website and click on Power Pack Program on the Hillsboro Elementary School page. You may also visit any NCB Branch to make a donation. Pictured, from left, are Jacob Zink, Hillsboro Elementary School principal for grades 2-3; Telly McGaha, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Tammy Irvin, NCB regional branch manager; and Deb Jones, NCB co-president Ohio Region.
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