KFC donates to Highland County Senior Citizens Center


Kentucky Fried Chicken in Hillsboro and Highland County Senior Citizen Center teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night on Oct. 12 to help raise money for the senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $500 of the evening’s proceeds to the center. The money will be assist in the daily operations of the center. “Our mission at the center is to provide persons age 50 and over with opportunities and activities designed to help them remain active and involved in the community. The center will advocate for the needs, issues and concerns of older adults and represent their interests in the community, the state and the nation”, said Mechell Frost, executive director of the center. Pictured, from left, are Juanity Kelley, Sue Thornhill and Mechell Frost with the senior center; and KFC employees Billy Garrison, Kaleb Castle, Seth Marion and Destiny Sonner.


Kentucky Fried Chicken in Hillsboro and Highland County Senior Citizen Center teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night on Oct. 12 to help raise money for the senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $500 of the evening’s proceeds to the center. The money will be assist in the daily operations of the center. “Our mission at the center is to provide persons age 50 and over with opportunities and activities designed to help them remain active and involved in the community. The center will advocate for the needs, issues and concerns of older adults and represent their interests in the community, the state and the nation”, said Mechell Frost, executive director of the center. Pictured, from left, are Juanity Kelley, Sue Thornhill and Mechell Frost with the senior center; and KFC employees Billy Garrison, Kaleb Castle, Seth Marion and Destiny Sonner.

Kentucky Fried Chicken in Hillsboro and Highland County Senior Citizen Center teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night on Oct. 12 to help raise money for the senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $500 of the evening’s proceeds to the center. The money will be assist in the daily operations of the center. “Our mission at the center is to provide persons age 50 and over with opportunities and activities designed to help them remain active and involved in the community. The center will advocate for the needs, issues and concerns of older adults and represent their interests in the community, the state and the nation”, said Mechell Frost, executive director of the center. Pictured, from left, are Juanity Kelley, Sue Thornhill and Mechell Frost with the senior center; and KFC employees Billy Garrison, Kaleb Castle, Seth Marion and Destiny Sonner.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/11/web1_KFC-pic.jpgKentucky Fried Chicken in Hillsboro and Highland County Senior Citizen Center teamed up to hold a Community Fundraising Night on Oct. 12 to help raise money for the senior center. Guests were given flyers to bring in and give to the cashier, which in turn allowed KFC to donate $500 of the evening’s proceeds to the center. The money will be assist in the daily operations of the center. “Our mission at the center is to provide persons age 50 and over with opportunities and activities designed to help them remain active and involved in the community. The center will advocate for the needs, issues and concerns of older adults and represent their interests in the community, the state and the nation”, said Mechell Frost, executive director of the center. Pictured, from left, are Juanity Kelley, Sue Thornhill and Mechell Frost with the senior center; and KFC employees Billy Garrison, Kaleb Castle, Seth Marion and Destiny Sonner.