‘Give a toy, spread some joy’


Courtesy photo The Harlan High School Future Business Leaders of America has participated in a Christmas campaign, “Give a toy, spread some joy,” for the past three years. The campaign is ran solely on donations from students and businesses in the community. This year, students raised $5,700. Over 600 toys were bought, wrapped and delivered to Mike Howard to distribute. The club is sponsored by Shawn Doss and Cathy Thomas. “I am so very proud of all the hard work these students have put into this very worthy cause,” said Doss.


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The Harlan High School Future Business Leaders of America has participated in a Christmas campaign, “Give a toy, spread some joy,” for the past three years. The campaign is ran solely on donations from students and businesses in the community. This year, students raised $5,700. Over 600 toys were bought, wrapped and delivered to Mike Howard to distribute. The club is sponsored by Shawn Doss and Cathy Thomas. “I am so very proud of all the hard work these students have put into this very worthy cause,” said Doss.

Courtesy photo The Harlan High School Future Business Leaders of America has participated in a Christmas campaign, “Give a toy, spread some joy,” for the past three years. The campaign is ran solely on donations from students and businesses in the community. This year, students raised $5,700. Over 600 toys were bought, wrapped and delivered to Mike Howard to distribute. The club is sponsored by Shawn Doss and Cathy Thomas. “I am so very proud of all the hard work these students have put into this very worthy cause,” said Doss.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Santa-Donation.jpgCourtesy photo The Harlan High School Future Business Leaders of America has participated in a Christmas campaign, “Give a toy, spread some joy,” for the past three years. The campaign is ran solely on donations from students and businesses in the community. This year, students raised $5,700. Over 600 toys were bought, wrapped and delivered to Mike Howard to distribute. The club is sponsored by Shawn Doss and Cathy Thomas. “I am so very proud of all the hard work these students have put into this very worthy cause,” said Doss.
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