Lending a Helping Hand

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The Head Start Centers of Webster and Claiborne parishes partnered with Divine Services to donate to the needy. Fourteen turkeys, donated along with foodstuffs to make a full meal, were distributed Friday afternoon to the five centers in the region.

The food boxes went to Mother Goose Land in Minden, Jack and Jill in Cullen/Springhill, ABC Head Start in Homer, Humpty Dumpty in Cotton Valley and 123 Head Start in Haynesville. Center managers selected families from each region.

Pictured from left are Betty Jenkins, office manager for Divine Services, Fabian Weston, supervisor/facilitator for Divine Services, Angela Hill, disability/mental health specialist for Webster Parish Head Start, Allicia Waller, parent president for Mother Goose Land, Marilyn Wallace, center manager for Mother Goose Land, Gail Coleman, family transition and empowerment specialist for the Head Start Program and Tammy Rallins, family specialist for Webster Parish Head Start. Turkeys were donated by Divine Services.


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