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Breakfast Benefits Charitable Organizations

January 4, 2019

Two Harrison County charities are receiving generous gifts this Christmas thanks to the 27th Annual Harrison Community Hospital (HCH) Leadership Breakfast. This event began in 1992 and has raised more than $30,000 with all proceeds benefitting community Christmas programs in Harrison County. This year’s charities are Harrison County Sheriff’s Department Shop with a Cop, and Help Me Grow of Harrison County’s Share a Christmas. The Leadership Breakfast, which raised nearly $1,400 this year, was held at HCH, with breakfast courtesy of the hospital. Pictured are, front, from left: Harrison Hills City School District Superintendent Dana Snider; HCH Medical Director Dr. Dan Jones; Help Me Grow representative Courtney Mason; Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers; and HCH Senior Administrator Tony Martinelli. Back are Harrison County Commissioner Don Bethel, left, and Cadiz Police Sgt. C.J. Byers.

Two Harrison County charities are receiving generous gifts this Christmas thanks to the 27th Annual Harrison Community Hospital (HCH) Leadership Breakfast. This event began in 1992 and has raised more than $30,000 with all proceeds benefitting community Christmas programs in Harrison County. This year’s charities are Harrison County Sheriff’s Department Shop with a Cop, and Help Me Grow of Harrison County’s Share a Christmas. The Leadership Breakfast, which raised nearly $1,400 this year, was held at HCH, with breakfast courtesy of the hospital. Pictured are, front, from left: Harrison Hills City School District Superintendent Dana Snider; HCH Medical Director Dr. Dan Jones; Help Me Grow representative Courtney Mason; Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers; and HCH Senior Administrator Tony Martinelli. Back are Harrison County Commissioner Don Bethel, left, and Cadiz Police Sgt. C.J. Byers.