‘Crosslight’ happenings


Pictured are the Cloverbuds helping Crosslight out in January during the “Soup’r Hero Drive” collecting cans of soup to donate to the food pantry in Ashton. Also, the Mountaineers 4-H Club stepped up to the challenge to help stock the shelves at Crosslight in April. Pictured is pantry director, Delyssa Huffman, and 4-H member, Izzy King. Ohio Valley Christian School, students pictured, collected over 100 toothbrushes and toothpaste and donated to the pantry in April. Crosslight of Hope also assisted the West Virginia Flood Victims and sent a truckload of hygiene products and clothing to the areas effected. Pictured are Nick Miller and Delyssa Huffman.


Mason County Sheriff Greg Powers, pictured, helped out in April with Crosslight’s drive to collect toothbrushes and toothpaste. During the 2016 Point Pleasant TNT Pageant, Kadence Armstead, pictured, was crowned Little Miss Firework for bringing in the most canned food donations for Crosslight. Armstead collected over 1,000 cans. A total 1,905 cans were collected by the contestants. Young Miss TNT Hannah Pope, pictured, contributed boxes of cereal to help stock the food pantry. Zoey Watson, Junior Miss TNT, pictured, volunteered a day at Crosslight helping sort clothing. She also brought in donations of shampoo for the pantry’s monthly drive. Hannan students, pictured, spent a day volunteering at Crosslight and gaining community service hours. The students packed snack packs, put out clothing on the clothes closet, and helped stock the food pantry.


Pictured are the Cloverbuds helping Crosslight out in January during the “Soup’r Hero Drive” collecting cans of soup to donate to the food pantry in Ashton. Also, the Mountaineers 4-H Club stepped up to the challenge to help stock the shelves at Crosslight in April. Pictured is pantry director, Delyssa Huffman, and 4-H member, Izzy King. Ohio Valley Christian School, students pictured, collected over 100 toothbrushes and toothpaste and donated to the pantry in April. Crosslight of Hope also assisted the West Virginia Flood Victims and sent a truckload of hygiene products and clothing to the areas effected. Pictured are Nick Miller and Delyssa Huffman.

Mason County Sheriff Greg Powers, pictured, helped out in April with Crosslight’s drive to collect toothbrushes and toothpaste. During the 2016 Point Pleasant TNT Pageant, Kadence Armstead, pictured, was crowned Little Miss Firework for bringing in the most canned food donations for Crosslight. Armstead collected over 1,000 cans. A total 1,905 cans were collected by the contestants. Young Miss TNT Hannah Pope, pictured, contributed boxes of cereal to help stock the food pantry. Zoey Watson, Junior Miss TNT, pictured, volunteered a day at Crosslight helping sort clothing. She also brought in donations of shampoo for the pantry’s monthly drive. Hannan students, pictured, spent a day volunteering at Crosslight and gaining community service hours. The students packed snack packs, put out clothing on the clothes closet, and helped stock the food pantry.

Pictured are the Cloverbuds helping Crosslight out in January during the “Soup’r Hero Drive” collecting cans of soup to donate to the food pantry in Ashton. Also, the Mountaineers 4-H Club stepped up to the challenge to help stock the shelves at Crosslight in April. Pictured is pantry director, Delyssa Huffman, and 4-H member, Izzy King. Ohio Valley Christian School, students pictured, collected over 100 toothbrushes and toothpaste and donated to the pantry in April. Crosslight of Hope also assisted the West Virginia Flood Victims and sent a truckload of hygiene products and clothing to the areas effected. Pictured are Nick Miller and Delyssa Huffman.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_7.23-PPR-Crosslight-1.jpgPictured are the Cloverbuds helping Crosslight out in January during the “Soup’r Hero Drive” collecting cans of soup to donate to the food pantry in Ashton. Also, the Mountaineers 4-H Club stepped up to the challenge to help stock the shelves at Crosslight in April. Pictured is pantry director, Delyssa Huffman, and 4-H member, Izzy King. Ohio Valley Christian School, students pictured, collected over 100 toothbrushes and toothpaste and donated to the pantry in April. Crosslight of Hope also assisted the West Virginia Flood Victims and sent a truckload of hygiene products and clothing to the areas effected. Pictured are Nick Miller and Delyssa Huffman.

Mason County Sheriff Greg Powers, pictured, helped out in April with Crosslight’s drive to collect toothbrushes and toothpaste. During the 2016 Point Pleasant TNT Pageant, Kadence Armstead, pictured, was crowned Little Miss Firework for bringing in the most canned food donations for Crosslight. Armstead collected over 1,000 cans. A total 1,905 cans were collected by the contestants. Young Miss TNT Hannah Pope, pictured, contributed boxes of cereal to help stock the food pantry. Zoey Watson, Junior Miss TNT, pictured, volunteered a day at Crosslight helping sort clothing. She also brought in donations of shampoo for the pantry’s monthly drive. Hannan students, pictured, spent a day volunteering at Crosslight and gaining community service hours. The students packed snack packs, put out clothing on the clothes closet, and helped stock the food pantry.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_7.23-PPR-Crosslight-2.jpgMason County Sheriff Greg Powers, pictured, helped out in April with Crosslight’s drive to collect toothbrushes and toothpaste. During the 2016 Point Pleasant TNT Pageant, Kadence Armstead, pictured, was crowned Little Miss Firework for bringing in the most canned food donations for Crosslight. Armstead collected over 1,000 cans. A total 1,905 cans were collected by the contestants. Young Miss TNT Hannah Pope, pictured, contributed boxes of cereal to help stock the food pantry. Zoey Watson, Junior Miss TNT, pictured, volunteered a day at Crosslight helping sort clothing. She also brought in donations of shampoo for the pantry’s monthly drive. Hannan students, pictured, spent a day volunteering at Crosslight and gaining community service hours. The students packed snack packs, put out clothing on the clothes closet, and helped stock the food pantry.
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