Community service at JACES


Photo submitted Community service is an important part of a high school student’s resume for college admission and scholarships. Harlan County High School junior Breanna “Breezy” Epperson assists James A. Cawood Elementary School and the JACES Family Resource and Youth Service Center with preparing hundreds of packets distributed to students when they arrived for the first day of classes.


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Community service is an important part of a high school student’s resume for college admission and scholarships. Harlan County High School junior Breanna “Breezy” Epperson assists James A. Cawood Elementary School and the JACES Family Resource and Youth Service Center with preparing hundreds of packets distributed to students when they arrived for the first day of classes.

Photo submitted Community service is an important part of a high school student’s resume for college admission and scholarships. Harlan County High School junior Breanna “Breezy” Epperson assists James A. Cawood Elementary School and the JACES Family Resource and Youth Service Center with preparing hundreds of packets distributed to students when they arrived for the first day of classes.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Breezy.jpgPhoto submitted Community service is an important part of a high school student’s resume for college admission and scholarships. Harlan County High School junior Breanna “Breezy” Epperson assists James A. Cawood Elementary School and the JACES Family Resource and Youth Service Center with preparing hundreds of packets distributed to students when they arrived for the first day of classes.
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