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Photos submittedCaiden Meadors visits with Kentucky State Trooper Kenny Abner.
Photos submittedCaiden Meadors visits with Kentucky State Trooper Kenny Abner.
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HLT Check Exchange served over 1, 000 people companywide on Aug. 1 at their Back 2 School Bash.


Customers who stopped by enjoyed free food, door prizes and school supplies. Children also had the opportunity to meet a Kentucky State Trooper.


Cheryl Robinson, HLT Check Exchange manager, said “Going back to school causes a financial burden on families. We love giving back to the community, especially when it involves kids.”


HLT Check Exchange’s next event will start in November with the annual Share the Warmth Drive where they accept coats and winter wear including gloves, scarves and hats. Items will be given to local school resource centers and non profit agencies.


For current and upcoming events, like HLT Check Exchange’s Facebook page.


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