Students help buy Thanksgiving meals


Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the D.A.R.E Lion sort through food items while preparing food baskets for the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. Fifth grade students from the Botkins, Fort Loramie, Hardin-Houston and Jackson Center School districts recently completed a good citizenship assignment while participating in the (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) D.A.R.E. program. The good citizenship assignment required each student to earn one dollar by completing an extra chore at home. Each student then donated their earnings to pay for the food used for the food baskets. The Sidney-Shelby County Salvation Army provided the names of four families requesting assistance, to receive the holiday food baskets. This will be the sixth consecutive year for the good citizenship project and continues to be very successful.

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the D.A.R.E Lion sort through food items while preparing food baskets for the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. Fifth grade students from the Botkins, Fort Loramie, Hardin-Houston and Jackson Center School districts recently completed a good citizenship assignment while participating in the (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) D.A.R.E. program. The good citizenship assignment required each student to earn one dollar by completing an extra chore at home. Each student then donated their earnings to pay for the food used for the food baskets. The Sidney-Shelby County Salvation Army provided the names of four families requesting assistance, to receive the holiday food baskets. This will be the sixth consecutive year for the good citizenship project and continues to be very successful.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the D.A.R.E Lion sort through food items while preparing food baskets for the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. Fifth grade students from the Botkins, Fort Loramie, Hardin-Houston and Jackson Center School districts recently completed a good citizenship assignment while participating in the (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) D.A.R.E. program. The good citizenship assignment required each student to earn one dollar by completing an extra chore at home. Each student then donated their earnings to pay for the food used for the food baskets. The Sidney-Shelby County Salvation Army provided the names of four families requesting assistance, to receive the holiday food baskets. This will be the sixth consecutive year for the good citizenship project and continues to be very successful.

Shelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the D.A.R.E Lion sort through food items while preparing food baskets for the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. Fifth grade students from the Botkins, Fort Loramie, Hardin-Houston and Jackson Center School districts recently completed a good citizenship assignment while participating in the (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) D.A.R.E. program. The good citizenship assignment required each student to earn one dollar by completing an extra chore at home. Each student then donated their earnings to pay for the food used for the food baskets. The Sidney-Shelby County Salvation Army provided the names of four families requesting assistance, to receive the holiday food baskets. This will be the sixth consecutive year for the good citizenship project and continues to be very successful.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/11/web1_SDN112218DAREFood.jpgShelby County Sheriff John Lenhart, left, and Daren the D.A.R.E Lion sort through food items while preparing food baskets for the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. Fifth grade students from the Botkins, Fort Loramie, Hardin-Houston and Jackson Center School districts recently completed a good citizenship assignment while participating in the (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) D.A.R.E. program. The good citizenship assignment required each student to earn one dollar by completing an extra chore at home. Each student then donated their earnings to pay for the food used for the food baskets. The Sidney-Shelby County Salvation Army provided the names of four families requesting assistance, to receive the holiday food baskets. This will be the sixth consecutive year for the good citizenship project and continues to be very successful. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News