Created on Friday, 17 April 2009 Written by Brooks Canavesi
BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio - 17 Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Health Science Academy students went above and beyond recently as they spearheaded a clothing drive within their program in order to assist those in need. The students collected clothing and donated it to a Springfield, OH, community support program for mental health patients and an Urbana, OH, church program for children.
"We donated the clothing to a community support program affiliated with Springfield Catholic Central High School's McKinley Hall for mental health patients. Clothes that won't be used will be given to Messiah Lutheran Church in Urbana for children in need," offered OHP Health Tech student Heather Alinson (Bellefontaine High School).
For more information on Ohio Hi-Point's Health Science Academy or any OHP program visit www.ohiohipoint.com.
Front Row (L-R): Cheyenne Johnson (Urbana High School), Heather Alinson (Bellefontaine High School), Daniel McCulley (Riverside High School), Shenay Delong (USV High School), Miranda Fraley (Urbana High School). Back Row (L-R): Ashley Thacker (Kenton High School), Jessica Brown (Graham High School), Emily Eckhardt (Urbana High School), Tyler Robinson (Graham High School), Ashley Dapice (Indian Lake High School), Me'Isha Amidon (Bellefontaine High School), Kelly Maddox (Indian Lake High School), Rachelle Bowen (Graham High School), Cassie Albright (Bellefontaine High School), Kristen Wood (Benjamin Logan High School), Niki Hayman (Bellefontaine High School).