Clay County EA Donates to Flood Victims
Tuesday April 23, 2013
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Clay County Education Association local members volunteered and donated money, along with the Clay County Local, in a relief effort for the families in the Goose Rock Community that were affected by the flooding of April 17, 2013. Clay County businesses and private individuals donated water, food, cleaning supplies, and personal hygiene supplies.  Goose Rock Elementary Principal, William Sexton opened the school as a distribution point and to allow families access to clean water to wash clothes and shower. The Clay County Education Association would like to thank the dozens of local members and all those who worked, donated and delivered water, food, and supplies to the families that were cut off and could not get to the school. (Pictured left to right are: Mary Nicholson, KEA Retired;  Heather Bowling, Goose Rock Family Resource Center Director; Penny Robinson, KEA Retired;  Darlene Swafford, Clay County Education Association Secretary/Treasurer; Paul Hughes, Clay County Education Association Local President; William Sexton, Goose Rock Elementary Principal.)