End Childhood Hunger Week proclamation


Mayor Foster Senn, seated right, proclaimed the week of Oct. 23 through Oct. 29 as End Childhood Hunger SC Week within the city of Newberry. A proclamation was signed Oct. 11 prior to the Newberry City Council meeting. As part of this week, a variety of programs have been planned in Newberry County including an afterschool program snack drive and after school tutoring. The Newberry Literacy Council is collecting donations of healthy snacks as a part of the effort. Email info@endchildhungersc.org for more information. Front row are Ashley Page and back row are Barbara Chapman, Gina Koon, Rhonda Ackerman and Sam Ziady.


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Mayor Foster Senn, seated right, proclaimed the week of Oct. 23 through Oct. 29 as End Childhood Hunger SC Week within the city of Newberry. A proclamation was signed Oct. 11 prior to the Newberry City Council meeting. As part of this week, a variety of programs have been planned in Newberry County including an afterschool program snack drive and after school tutoring. The Newberry Literacy Council is collecting donations of healthy snacks as a part of the effort. Email info@endchildhungersc.org for more information. Front row are Ashley Page and back row are Barbara Chapman, Gina Koon, Rhonda Ackerman and Sam Ziady.

Mayor Foster Senn, seated right, proclaimed the week of Oct. 23 through Oct. 29 as End Childhood Hunger SC Week within the city of Newberry. A proclamation was signed Oct. 11 prior to the Newberry City Council meeting. As part of this week, a variety of programs have been planned in Newberry County including an afterschool program snack drive and after school tutoring. The Newberry Literacy Council is collecting donations of healthy snacks as a part of the effort. Email info@endchildhungersc.org for more information. Front row are Ashley Page and back row are Barbara Chapman, Gina Koon, Rhonda Ackerman and Sam Ziady.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_DSC06016.jpgMayor Foster Senn, seated right, proclaimed the week of Oct. 23 through Oct. 29 as End Childhood Hunger SC Week within the city of Newberry. A proclamation was signed Oct. 11 prior to the Newberry City Council meeting. As part of this week, a variety of programs have been planned in Newberry County including an afterschool program snack drive and after school tutoring. The Newberry Literacy Council is collecting donations of healthy snacks as a part of the effort. Email info@endchildhungersc.org for more information. Front row are Ashley Page and back row are Barbara Chapman, Gina Koon, Rhonda Ackerman and Sam Ziady. Courtesy photo
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