COTC alumni award winners announced

One of Central Ohio Technical College’s longest serving employees and Licking County’s top law enforcement officer were recognized by the COTC Alumni Council on Dec. 5, at its annual holiday reception.

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Chelsea Olms/News A group of about 40 members of Perry Chapel Church, including pastor Dave Fowls, traveled around the rural area outside of Bladensburg, singing Christmas carols for people at their homes on Sunday night.

Singing Christmas songs

A group of about 40 members of Perry Chapel Church, including pastor Dave Fowls, traveled around the rural area outside of Bladensburg, singing Christmas carols for people at their homes on Sunday night.

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Joshua Morrison/News Joe Rinehart, with microphone, presents Roy and the late Glenda Waldron the Stephen W. Zelkowitz Memorial Award for their service as “Bubbles and Banjo,” during Saturday’s Food For the Hungry drive. The pair were seen every year helping and sharing smiles during the food drive. Pictured, from left, are Ryan Waldron, Rinehart, Roy Waldron, his son Rodney with his family (behind the couch).

Waldrons honored at Food for the Hungry

Roy and the late Glenda Waldron were honored with the Stephen W. Zelkowitz Award Saturday during the Food for the Hungry drive Saturday at Memorial Theater, as family members proudly looked on.

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Joshua Morrison/News Members of the Food for the Hungry board of directors, recipients and broadcast staff react to the final total of $313,691 and 21 truckloads of food at the conclusion of Saturday’s drive. Pictured are, front row, from left, Marcy Rinehart, board member with WNZR; Joy Harris, Interchurch Social Services; Lt. Megan Ashcraft and Lt. Christine Baker, The Salvation Army; and Curtis Newland, board member with WMVO/WQIO; back row, from left, John Feltman, board member with Knox County Career Center; Larry George, board member with Spectrum Cable; Samantha Scoles, board member with Mount Vernon News; and Sara Lynn, WMVO/WQIO staff. The board set a 2017 goal of $200,000.

$313,691 a Food for the Hungry record

Words such as charitable, magnanimous and munificent barely begin to describe the extraordinary generosity of Knox County as citizens opened their hearts and purse strings to support the 2017 Food for the Hungry Drive, donating a record $313,691 in cash donations and 21 truckloads of food items.

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