HH Community Foundation presents grant


The Huber Heights Community Foundation is proud to congratulate Faith Presbyterian Church in Huber Heights as its first recipient of the Community Grant. The $500 grant will be used by Faith Presbyterian for its tutoring program at Valley Forge Elementary School. Volunteers work with at-risk second and third graders on reading to help them prepare for and pass the third grade reading tests. Pictured from left to right are Mary Skare, and Pastor Maggie Gillespie of Faith Presbyterian Church; Ronnie Redd, Huber Heights Community Foundation; and Larry Sussman, Principal, Valley Forge Elementary.


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The Huber Heights Community Foundation is proud to congratulate Faith Presbyterian Church in Huber Heights as its first recipient of the Community Grant. The $500 grant will be used by Faith Presbyterian for its tutoring program at Valley Forge Elementary School. Volunteers work with at-risk second and third graders on reading to help them prepare for and pass the third grade reading tests. Pictured from left to right are Mary Skare, and Pastor Maggie Gillespie of Faith Presbyterian Church; Ronnie Redd, Huber Heights Community Foundation; and Larry Sussman, Principal, Valley Forge Elementary.

The Huber Heights Community Foundation is proud to congratulate Faith Presbyterian Church in Huber Heights as its first recipient of the Community Grant. The $500 grant will be used by Faith Presbyterian for its tutoring program at Valley Forge Elementary School. Volunteers work with at-risk second and third graders on reading to help them prepare for and pass the third grade reading tests. Pictured from left to right are Mary Skare, and Pastor Maggie Gillespie of Faith Presbyterian Church; Ronnie Redd, Huber Heights Community Foundation; and Larry Sussman, Principal, Valley Forge Elementary.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/10/web1_Foundation.jpgThe Huber Heights Community Foundation is proud to congratulate Faith Presbyterian Church in Huber Heights as its first recipient of the Community Grant. The $500 grant will be used by Faith Presbyterian for its tutoring program at Valley Forge Elementary School. Volunteers work with at-risk second and third graders on reading to help them prepare for and pass the third grade reading tests. Pictured from left to right are Mary Skare, and Pastor Maggie Gillespie of Faith Presbyterian Church; Ronnie Redd, Huber Heights Community Foundation; and Larry Sussman, Principal, Valley Forge Elementary. Submitted photo