CES FRYSC sponsors programs


Hope for Appalachia Mission, groups from Salisbury, North Carolina and Culpepper, Virginia, visited Cumberland Elementary School in March. Students attended an assembly program and afterwards each student received a shoe box gift. This program was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.


Sheryl Caudel from the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council presented a program to the Cumberland Elementary School seventh and-eighth-graders in April. Students participated in various skits and informational activities to learn about the different types of domestic/dating violence. The activity was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.


Hope for Appalachia Mission, groups from Salisbury, North Carolina and Culpepper, Virginia, visited Cumberland Elementary School in March. Students attended an assembly program and afterwards each student received a shoe box gift. This program was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.

Sheryl Caudel from the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council presented a program to the Cumberland Elementary School seventh and-eighth-graders in April. Students participated in various skits and informational activities to learn about the different types of domestic/dating violence. The activity was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.

Hope for Appalachia Mission, groups from Salisbury, North Carolina and Culpepper, Virginia, visited Cumberland Elementary School in March. Students attended an assembly program and afterwards each student received a shoe box gift. This program was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Hope-Mission.jpgHope for Appalachia Mission, groups from Salisbury, North Carolina and Culpepper, Virginia, visited Cumberland Elementary School in March. Students attended an assembly program and afterwards each student received a shoe box gift. This program was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.

Sheryl Caudel from the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council presented a program to the Cumberland Elementary School seventh and-eighth-graders in April. Students participated in various skits and informational activities to learn about the different types of domestic/dating violence. The activity was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Ces-Domestic-Violence.jpgSheryl Caudel from the Harlan County Domestic Violence Council presented a program to the Cumberland Elementary School seventh and-eighth-graders in April. Students participated in various skits and informational activities to learn about the different types of domestic/dating violence. The activity was sponsored by the CES FRYSC.
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