Special delivery to GHS Children’s Hospital


The Pickens Middle School Beta Club officers delivered care packages to the GHS Children’s Hospital on Nov. 3 after the school collected 66 care kits. From left to right are Jackson Masters (chaplain), Rebekah Morgan (president), Taylor Clark (vice president), and Cameron Hall (secretary). The care kits were collected in honor of a faculty member currently battling cancer and a former student battling cancer, and in memory of a former faculty member who lost her battle with cancer last year.


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The Pickens Middle School Beta Club officers delivered care packages to the GHS Children’s Hospital on Nov. 3 after the school collected 66 care kits. From left to right are Jackson Masters (chaplain), Rebekah Morgan (president), Taylor Clark (vice president), and Cameron Hall (secretary). The care kits were collected in honor of a faculty member currently battling cancer and a former student battling cancer, and in memory of a former faculty member who lost her battle with cancer last year.

The Pickens Middle School Beta Club officers delivered care packages to the GHS Children’s Hospital on Nov. 3 after the school collected 66 care kits. From left to right are Jackson Masters (chaplain), Rebekah Morgan (president), Taylor Clark (vice president), and Cameron Hall (secretary). The care kits were collected in honor of a faculty member currently battling cancer and a former student battling cancer, and in memory of a former faculty member who lost her battle with cancer last year.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_pickensmiddlebeta.jpgThe Pickens Middle School Beta Club officers delivered care packages to the GHS Children’s Hospital on Nov. 3 after the school collected 66 care kits. From left to right are Jackson Masters (chaplain), Rebekah Morgan (president), Taylor Clark (vice president), and Cameron Hall (secretary). The care kits were collected in honor of a faculty member currently battling cancer and a former student battling cancer, and in memory of a former faculty member who lost her battle with cancer last year. Courtesy photo
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