Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week Nov. 12-20


The Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed Nov. 12-20 as National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Greg Hawkins, executive director of the Highland County Homeless Shelter, was on hand. He said the week was an opportunity to bring awareness to the hunger and homelessness that individuals face not only in urban areas, but in rural areas, as well as the various reasons that bring people to that point of need. He said the shelter this year so far has served about 130 men, women, and children. Pictured from left to right are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Hawkins, and commissioner Tom Horst.


The Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed Nov. 12-20 as National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Greg Hawkins, executive director of the Highland County Homeless Shelter, was on hand. He said the week was an opportunity to bring awareness to the hunger and homelessness that individuals face not only in urban areas, but in rural areas, as well as the various reasons that bring people to that point of need. He said the shelter this year so far has served about 130 men, women, and children. Pictured from left to right are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Hawkins, and commissioner Tom Horst.

The Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed Nov. 12-20 as National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Greg Hawkins, executive director of the Highland County Homeless Shelter, was on hand. He said the week was an opportunity to bring awareness to the hunger and homelessness that individuals face not only in urban areas, but in rural areas, as well as the various reasons that bring people to that point of need. He said the shelter this year so far has served about 130 men, women, and children. Pictured from left to right are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Hawkins, and commissioner Tom Horst.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2016/11/web1_Homeless.jpgThe Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed Nov. 12-20 as National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Greg Hawkins, executive director of the Highland County Homeless Shelter, was on hand. He said the week was an opportunity to bring awareness to the hunger and homelessness that individuals face not only in urban areas, but in rural areas, as well as the various reasons that bring people to that point of need. He said the shelter this year so far has served about 130 men, women, and children. Pictured from left to right are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Hawkins, and commissioner Tom Horst.

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