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Charlotte Christian Receives Volunteer of the Year Award from the Harvest Center
Charlotte Christian Receives Volunteer of the Year Award from the Harvest Center
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Charlotte Christian School accepts the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Harvest Center.  Pictured L-R:  Kim Daniel (CCS alumni parent); Sara Blakeney (CCS Director of Annual Giving); Colin Pinkney (Executive Director of the Harvest Center), Julie McNaughton (CCS PTF President); LuAnn Durden (CCS PTF Parent Relations); and Lesly Carlton (CCS Knights Fight Hunger Co-Chair).  Not pictured:  Cindy Soliday (CCS Knights Fight Hunger Co-Chair). 


Charlotte Christian School was honored to be awarded the first annual Volunteer of the Year Award by the Harvest Center, a local mission that serves homeless members of the Charlotte community.  This is the 10th anniversary of Charlotte Christian's work to help support the Harvest Center with the annual Knights Fight Hunger Week.  

Members of the Charlotte Christian School PTF and Development Offices recently attended a ceremony at the Harvest Center on the opening of their new auditorium, Dalton Hall, and were honored to receive the award at that time.

Each year, Charlotte Christian students and families join together to bring much needed items to assist in the Harvest Center's meal program including styrofoam trays, food service gloves, peanut butter and jelly, and wrapped forks/napkins from the year-round Operation Fork Wrap program.