Students donate to IHN


Submitted photo Two Beavercreek students donated $5,000 they raised to the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County, a Xenia-based charity that serves displaced families from the county, on Friday. According to IHN, this is the third year Chelsea Hoff and Makaila Saylor and their organization “Giving Every Season to the 4th Power” (GES4) have donated $10,000 raised through their fundraising efforts to area nonprofit organizations. The girls raised the funds through selling cookie jars in the community. Pictured (left to right): IHN of Greene County Executive Director Bill Mallernee, Chelsea Hoff, Makaila Saylor and IHN board president Sue Mortsolf.


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Two Beavercreek students donated $5,000 they raised to the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County, a Xenia-based charity that serves displaced families from the county, on Friday. According to IHN, this is the third year Chelsea Hoff and Makaila Saylor and their organization “Giving Every Season to the 4th Power” (GES4) have donated $10,000 raised through their fundraising efforts to area nonprofit organizations. The girls raised the funds through selling cookie jars in the community.

Pictured (left to right): IHN of Greene County Executive Director Bill Mallernee, Chelsea Hoff, Makaila Saylor and IHN board president Sue Mortsolf.

Submitted photo Two Beavercreek students donated $5,000 they raised to the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County, a Xenia-based charity that serves displaced families from the county, on Friday. According to IHN, this is the third year Chelsea Hoff and Makaila Saylor and their organization “Giving Every Season to the 4th Power” (GES4) have donated $10,000 raised through their fundraising efforts to area nonprofit organizations. The girls raised the funds through selling cookie jars in the community. Pictured (left to right): IHN of Greene County Executive Director Bill Mallernee, Chelsea Hoff, Makaila Saylor and IHN board president Sue Mortsolf.
http://beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_donation.jpgSubmitted photo Two Beavercreek students donated $5,000 they raised to the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County, a Xenia-based charity that serves displaced families from the county, on Friday. According to IHN, this is the third year Chelsea Hoff and Makaila Saylor and their organization “Giving Every Season to the 4th Power” (GES4) have donated $10,000 raised through their fundraising efforts to area nonprofit organizations. The girls raised the funds through selling cookie jars in the community. Pictured (left to right): IHN of Greene County Executive Director Bill Mallernee, Chelsea Hoff, Makaila Saylor and IHN board president Sue Mortsolf.
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