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Bradford-Tioga Head Start, Inc. (BTHS) is teaming up with local food pantries throughout Bradford and Tioga counties to provide supplemental food assistance to families. During the month of October, BTHS Family Advocates and Family Partners visited local food pantries to educate them about Head Start and Early Head Start programs. They will also present each location with a check to support local, ongoing efforts in serving BTHS families.

This outreach opportunity is just one way that Bradford-Tioga Head Start, Inc. gives back to the communities it serves. Collaborating with the Canton and Troy Food Pantries is another way that Bradford-Tioga Head Start, Inc. supports families and continues its community engagement efforts.

 

Athens 3 Family Advocate, Kristen Seeley presents a check to Athens Feed My Sheep Food Pantry volunteer, Betty Bump.  

Canton Family Advocate, Loree Finogle (right), Canton 2 Teacher Nichole Ambruch (left) and the children enrolled in the Canton 2 class present a check to Canton Food Pantry volunteer, Susan Stull (center).

     

 

East Smithfield Family Advocate, Michelle Morgan presents a check to Helping Hand Food Pantry volunteer, Diane Husted.   Elkland Family Advocate, Erin Tomko presents a check to Compassion Center  / Westfield Food Pantry volunteers, Susan Parthemer (left) and Sandy Worthington (right).
     

 

Mansfield Family Advocate, Jody Tice presents a check to Mansfield Food Pantry volunteers. Pictured from left to right are: K. Sherman, Barb McConnell, myself and Deb Kotulka.   Troy Family Partner, Berni Hornung presents a check to Troy Food Pantry volunteer, Sue Porter.
     

 

Wellsboro Family Advocate, Annette Geneski presents a check to Wellsboro Food Pantry volunteer William Yacovissi.   Wyalusing Family Advocate, Shelli O’Conner presents a check to Wyalusing Helping Hands Food Pantry Director, Peg Huyck.