Joshua Morrison/News Following a record-breaking Food For the Hungry Campaign in 2017 that raised $341,818, the FFH board distributed its first quarterly payments to Interchurch Social Services and The Salvation Army at a community committee meeting on Monday. Above, pictured, from left, are Joe Rinehart, FFH president; Joy Harris, ISS executive director; Samantha Scoles, FFH president-elect; and Rachelle Dallas, FFH secretary. Harris accepted a total of $32,473.64, which represents first-quarter funding for offices in Mount Vernon, Danville, Centerburg and Fredericktown. Below, pictured, from left, are Rinehart, Lt. Christine Baker of The Salvation Army, Scoles and Dallas. Baker accepted a total of $21,642.93 for the Mount Vernon office.

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Following a record-breaking Food For the Hungry Campaign in 2017 that raised $341,818, the FFH board distributed its first quarterly payments to Interchurch Social Services and The Salvation Army at a community committee meeting on Monday. Above, pictured, from left, are Joe Rinehart, FFH president; Joy Harris, ISS executive director; Samantha Scoles, FFH president-elect; and Rachelle Dallas, FFH secretary. Harris accepted a total of $32,473.64, which represents first-quarter funding for offices in Mount Vernon, Danville, Centerburg and Fredericktown. Below, pictured, from left, are Rinehart, Lt. Christine Baker of The Salvation Army, Scoles and Dallas. Baker accepted a total of $21,642.93 for the Mount Vernon office.

Joshua Morrison/News Following a record-breaking Food For the Hungry Campaign in 2017 that raised $341,818, the FFH board distributed its first quarterly payments to Interchurch Social Services and The Salvation Army at a community committee meeting on Monday. Above, pictured, from left, are Joe Rinehart, FFH president; Joy Harris, ISS executive director; Samantha Scoles, FFH president-elect; and Rachelle Dallas, FFH secretary. Harris accepted a total of $32,473.64, which represents first-quarter funding for offices in Mount Vernon, Danville, Centerburg and Fredericktown. Below, pictured, from left, are Rinehart, Lt. Christine Baker of The Salvation Army, Scoles and Dallas. Baker accepted a total of $21,642.93 for the Mount Vernon office.

 

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