Morton students donate to Project Believe


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Members of the Morton Youth Service Association (MYSA) recently donated socks from their Socktober Event to Project Believe.


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VANDALIA — Members of the Morton Youth Service Association (MYSA) recently donated socks from their Socktober Event to Project Believe.

Megan Reinhart, the student’s Club Adviser, approached the Vandalia-Butler Optimist Club for sponsorship of the new service group. The Optimists gladly made a donation.

Tami Daniel, Optimist President and a Project Believe Board Member connected the two groups when she heard that MYSA had collected socks and wanted a worthy cause for the donation. Tammie Rafferty, Founder and Director of Project Believe, was present to receive the socks and was overwhelmed with gratefulness.

“We love to see kids helping kids,” she said.

To learn more about these two service organizations, go to www.project-believe.net and www.vandalia-butleroptimistclub.org.

Members of the Morton Youth Service Association (MYSA) recently donated socks from their Socktober Event to Project Believe.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2016/11/web1_Morton-Students.jpgMembers of the Morton Youth Service Association (MYSA) recently donated socks from their Socktober Event to Project Believe. Contributed photo

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