Spooky Fundraiser Supports Vets

Published: December 13, 2017
Helping students with funds to participate in SkillsUSA events at Herkimer (N.Y.)-Fulton-Hamilton-Ostego BOCES includes the “Spooktacular” Bazaar. This year’s event included crafts, a bake sale, prize drawings, face painting and trick-or-treating. Food trucks were on hand, and the owners agreed to donate a portion of their proceeds to the SkillsUSA chapter. In addition, attendees were asked to consider a donation of a nonperishable food, household or hygiene item to benefit Feed Our Vets. Learn more here: www.feedourvets.org.

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