Raising funds for religious education


Putting together meals during a Council of Religious Education fundraiser are, left to right, volunteer bus driver Brenda Frantom, of Sidney, religious education teacher for second and third graders at Emerson and Longfellow Elementary schools Karen Hecht, of Fort Loramie and volunteer Linda Fogt, of Sidney. The fundraiser sold pork and chicken dinners in the Menards parking lot Saturday, May 6. The Sidney Council of Religious Education is part of a national program that was started in 1921. Sidney elementary public school students come out of their school to a bus that the nondenominational Sidney Council of Religious Education teaches from. Tina Hottle, not pictured, is the other Sidney Council of Religious Education teacher who covers the Whittier and Northwood Elementary schools.

Putting together meals during a Council of Religious Education fundraiser are, left to right, volunteer bus driver Brenda Frantom, of Sidney, religious education teacher for second and third graders at Emerson and Longfellow Elementary schools Karen Hecht, of Fort Loramie and volunteer Linda Fogt, of Sidney. The fundraiser sold pork and chicken dinners in the Menards parking lot Saturday, May 6. The Sidney Council of Religious Education is part of a national program that was started in 1921. Sidney elementary public school students come out of their school to a bus that the nondenominational Sidney Council of Religious Education teaches from. Tina Hottle, not pictured, is the other Sidney Council of Religious Education teacher who covers the Whittier and Northwood Elementary schools.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Putting together meals during a Council of Religious Education fundraiser are, left to right, volunteer bus driver Brenda Frantom, of Sidney, religious education teacher for second and third graders at Emerson and Longfellow Elementary schools Karen Hecht, of Fort Loramie and volunteer Linda Fogt, of Sidney. The fundraiser sold pork and chicken dinners in the Menards parking lot Saturday, May 6. The Sidney Council of Religious Education is part of a national program that was started in 1921. Sidney elementary public school students come out of their school to a bus that the nondenominational Sidney Council of Religious Education teaches from. Tina Hottle, not pictured, is the other Sidney Council of Religious Education teacher who covers the Whittier and Northwood Elementary schools.

Putting together meals during a Council of Religious Education fundraiser are, left to right, volunteer bus driver Brenda Frantom, of Sidney, religious education teacher for second and third graders at Emerson and Longfellow Elementary schools Karen Hecht, of Fort Loramie and volunteer Linda Fogt, of Sidney. The fundraiser sold pork and chicken dinners in the Menards parking lot Saturday, May 6. The Sidney Council of Religious Education is part of a national program that was started in 1921. Sidney elementary public school students come out of their school to a bus that the nondenominational Sidney Council of Religious Education teaches from. Tina Hottle, not pictured, is the other Sidney Council of Religious Education teacher who covers the Whittier and Northwood Elementary schools.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/05/web1_SDN051217CouncilFund.jpgPutting together meals during a Council of Religious Education fundraiser are, left to right, volunteer bus driver Brenda Frantom, of Sidney, religious education teacher for second and third graders at Emerson and Longfellow Elementary schools Karen Hecht, of Fort Loramie and volunteer Linda Fogt, of Sidney. The fundraiser sold pork and chicken dinners in the Menards parking lot Saturday, May 6. The Sidney Council of Religious Education is part of a national program that was started in 1921. Sidney elementary public school students come out of their school to a bus that the nondenominational Sidney Council of Religious Education teaches from. Tina Hottle, not pictured, is the other Sidney Council of Religious Education teacher who covers the Whittier and Northwood Elementary schools. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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