Retired teachers support students


The Shelby County Retired Teachers recently continued their commitment to the education of local children by donating school supplies to the Salvation Army. Lt. Joseph Hanson, Salvation Army Corps officer/pastor, left to right, Barri Grandey, Shelby County Retired Teachers president, and Deb Sanders, Dorothy Love Retirement Community marketing director, help stuff the backpacks with supplies which were donated. The teachers were treated to a free meal during their monthly meeting held at Dorothy Love because of their donations. “Donations such as these let us take at risk and needy kids and give them school supplies to be a success in school,” said Hansen.

The Shelby County Retired Teachers recently continued their commitment to the education of local children by donating school supplies to the Salvation Army. Lt. Joseph Hanson, Salvation Army Corps officer/pastor, left to right, Barri Grandey, Shelby County Retired Teachers president, and Deb Sanders, Dorothy Love Retirement Community marketing director, help stuff the backpacks with supplies which were donated. The teachers were treated to a free meal during their monthly meeting held at Dorothy Love because of their donations. “Donations such as these let us take at risk and needy kids and give them school supplies to be a success in school,” said Hansen.


The Shelby County Retired Teachers recently continued their commitment to the education of local children by donating school supplies to the Salvation Army. Lt. Joseph Hanson, Salvation Army Corps officer/pastor, left to right, Barri Grandey, Shelby County Retired Teachers president, and Deb Sanders, Dorothy Love Retirement Community marketing director, help stuff the backpacks with supplies which were donated. The teachers were treated to a free meal during their monthly meeting held at Dorothy Love because of their donations. “Donations such as these let us take at risk and needy kids and give them school supplies to be a success in school,” said Hansen.

The Shelby County Retired Teachers recently continued their commitment to the education of local children by donating school supplies to the Salvation Army. Lt. Joseph Hanson, Salvation Army Corps officer/pastor, left to right, Barri Grandey, Shelby County Retired Teachers president, and Deb Sanders, Dorothy Love Retirement Community marketing director, help stuff the backpacks with supplies which were donated. The teachers were treated to a free meal during their monthly meeting held at Dorothy Love because of their donations. “Donations such as these let us take at risk and needy kids and give them school supplies to be a success in school,” said Hansen.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/08/web1_retiredteachers.jpgThe Shelby County Retired Teachers recently continued their commitment to the education of local children by donating school supplies to the Salvation Army. Lt. Joseph Hanson, Salvation Army Corps officer/pastor, left to right, Barri Grandey, Shelby County Retired Teachers president, and Deb Sanders, Dorothy Love Retirement Community marketing director, help stuff the backpacks with supplies which were donated. The teachers were treated to a free meal during their monthly meeting held at Dorothy Love because of their donations. “Donations such as these let us take at risk and needy kids and give them school supplies to be a success in school,” said Hansen.