Recently the Women's Guild of the Numidia Valley Bible Fellowship presented Southern Columbia's Food Service Director Kathy Holleran with a check for $600 to be used to clear the negative lunch balance accounts of G.C. Hartman students in need. The Numidia Valley church group has also assisted Southern Columbia students by making donations to the annual Angel Tree program and the District's backpack program. The Southern Columbia Area School District is very appreciative of this kind gesture.
Patty Brophy of the Women's Guild presents Kathy Holleran with a monetary donation to assist needy  elementary students. Joining Mrs. Holleran in accepting the gift and expressing Southern Columbia's appreciation are Business Manager Denise Kreisher, Elementary Head Cook Regina Reigle, and Elementary Cafeteria staff members Tammy Brophy and Amelia Schetroma.  

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