Hillsboro schools support Blankenship radio-telethon


The annual Ernie Blankenship Radio-Telethon was held on Match 30 at US Bank. The annual fundraiser is held every year to raise money for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults. Many sponsors from the community came together and raised a total of $105,886. The Hillsboro FFA donated $100 to the telethon. “It was a great feeling to be apart of such a wonderful cause,” said FFA officer Kaleb Harp. Other groups who donated were the Hillsboro fifth grade student council, Premier Showman 4-H Club, and many more local groups and individuals. Pictured to the right, Morgan Holland and Kaleb Harp, Hillsboro FFA Officers waiting to present the check to Herb Day at US Bank for the Hillsboro Society for Children and Adults. Hillsboro Intermdiate Principal Tim Davis is pictured with one of his students to the left.


The annual Ernie Blankenship Radio-Telethon was held on Match 30 at US Bank. The annual fundraiser is held every year to raise money for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults. Many sponsors from the community came together and raised a total of $105,886. The Hillsboro FFA donated $100 to the telethon. “It was a great feeling to be apart of such a wonderful cause,” said FFA officer Kaleb Harp. Other groups who donated were the Hillsboro fifth grade student council, Premier Showman 4-H Club, and many more local groups and individuals. Pictured to the right, Morgan Holland and Kaleb Harp, Hillsboro FFA Officers waiting to present the check to Herb Day at US Bank for the Hillsboro Society for Children and Adults. Hillsboro Intermdiate Principal Tim Davis is pictured with one of his students to the left.

The annual Ernie Blankenship Radio-Telethon was held on Match 30 at US Bank. The annual fundraiser is held every year to raise money for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults. Many sponsors from the community came together and raised a total of $105,886. The Hillsboro FFA donated $100 to the telethon. “It was a great feeling to be apart of such a wonderful cause,” said FFA officer Kaleb Harp. Other groups who donated were the Hillsboro fifth grade student council, Premier Showman 4-H Club, and many more local groups and individuals. Pictured to the right, Morgan Holland and Kaleb Harp, Hillsboro FFA Officers waiting to present the check to Herb Day at US Bank for the Hillsboro Society for Children and Adults. Hillsboro Intermdiate Principal Tim Davis is pictured with one of his students to the left.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/04/web1_Hillsboro.jpgThe annual Ernie Blankenship Radio-Telethon was held on Match 30 at US Bank. The annual fundraiser is held every year to raise money for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults. Many sponsors from the community came together and raised a total of $105,886. The Hillsboro FFA donated $100 to the telethon. “It was a great feeling to be apart of such a wonderful cause,” said FFA officer Kaleb Harp. Other groups who donated were the Hillsboro fifth grade student council, Premier Showman 4-H Club, and many more local groups and individuals. Pictured to the right, Morgan Holland and Kaleb Harp, Hillsboro FFA Officers waiting to present the check to Herb Day at US Bank for the Hillsboro Society for Children and Adults. Hillsboro Intermdiate Principal Tim Davis is pictured with one of his students to the left.