NCB helps provide meals for Hillsboro students


NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank to benefit the Hillsboro City Schools Power Pack Program. Each Friday during the school year, the Freestore Foodbank works with the schools to send packs of food, known as Power Packs, home with students to ensure they have something to eat on weekends. Each Power Pack contains nearly a dozen food items, which are shelf-stable and kid-friendly. A few examples of what you might find in a Power Pack include whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, sunflower seeds, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other healthy options. Five dollars will help feed a child for a weekend and $200 provides a student with Power Packs for the entire school year. For more information, contact the Hillsboro City Schools. Pictured, from left, are Tim Davis, Hillsboro superintendent; Jimmy Rhoades, grades 4-5 principal; Pamela Hollon, grades K-1 principal; Amelia Lewis, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Jacob Zink, grades 2-3 principal; and Heather Cummings, NCB vice president.


NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank to benefit the Hillsboro City Schools Power Pack Program. Each Friday during the school year, the Freestore Foodbank works with the schools to send packs of food, known as Power Packs, home with students to ensure they have something to eat on weekends. Each Power Pack contains nearly a dozen food items, which are shelf-stable and kid-friendly. A few examples of what you might find in a Power Pack include whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, sunflower seeds, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other healthy options. Five dollars will help feed a child for a weekend and $200 provides a student with Power Packs for the entire school year. For more information, contact the Hillsboro City Schools. Pictured, from left, are Tim Davis, Hillsboro superintendent; Jimmy Rhoades, grades 4-5 principal; Pamela Hollon, grades K-1 principal; Amelia Lewis, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Jacob Zink, grades 2-3 principal; and Heather Cummings, NCB vice president.

NCB recently donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank to benefit the Hillsboro City Schools Power Pack Program. Each Friday during the school year, the Freestore Foodbank works with the schools to send packs of food, known as Power Packs, home with students to ensure they have something to eat on weekends. Each Power Pack contains nearly a dozen food items, which are shelf-stable and kid-friendly. A few examples of what you might find in a Power Pack include whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, sunflower seeds, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other healthy options. Five dollars will help feed a child for a weekend and $200 provides a student with Power Packs for the entire school year. For more information, contact the Hillsboro City Schools. Pictured, from left, are Tim Davis, Hillsboro superintendent; Jimmy Rhoades, grades 4-5 principal; Pamela Hollon, grades K-1 principal; Amelia Lewis, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Jacob Zink, grades 2-3 principal; and Heather Cummings, NCB vice president.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/12/web1_NCB-pic.jpgNCB recently donated $2,500 to the Freestore Foodbank to benefit the Hillsboro City Schools Power Pack Program. Each Friday during the school year, the Freestore Foodbank works with the schools to send packs of food, known as Power Packs, home with students to ensure they have something to eat on weekends. Each Power Pack contains nearly a dozen food items, which are shelf-stable and kid-friendly. A few examples of what you might find in a Power Pack include whole grain cereals, fruit and vegetable juices, sunflower seeds, apple oatmeal bars, complete pasta meals and other healthy options. Five dollars will help feed a child for a weekend and $200 provides a student with Power Packs for the entire school year. For more information, contact the Hillsboro City Schools. Pictured, from left, are Tim Davis, Hillsboro superintendent; Jimmy Rhoades, grades 4-5 principal; Pamela Hollon, grades K-1 principal; Amelia Lewis, Freestore Foodbank development officer; Jacob Zink, grades 2-3 principal; and Heather Cummings, NCB vice president.

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