CMS FCCLA donates $400 to African village

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
The Cassville Middle School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club recently donated $414.34 to the Heifer International Missions project. The donation has been earmarked to help build a well for fresh water, and provide chickens for eggs, for a village in Africa. The group raised the money by selling bottled Crush to middle school students as a Valentine's Day project. Those pictured include, front row, from left: Laura Stringer, Megan Richter, Coleman Hoppes, Sarah Shumaker, Megan Sloan, Ellie Cahalan, Hayley Stewart, Marissa Matthews and Kaylee Liley. Middle row: Savannah Lawrence, Sarah Field, Britney Nowak, Carley Klewer, Lisa Lambell, Erica Reyes, Emily Sink, Krista Skinkis and Abby Lasley. Back row: Aaron Malone, Autumn Benson, Katlyn Thompson, Claire Hurst, Marissa Palida, Somer Brooks, Matilda Baxley and Katie Stockton. Kyle Troutman/editor@cassville-democrat.com

The Cassville Middle School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club recently donated $414.34 to the Heifer International Missions project.