SCC helps hurricane victims

Sampson Community College’s Student Government Association kicked off its Hurricane Matthew Food Drive last week. The SGA is seeking donations that will go toward helping students affected by the recent hurricane in Sampson County. Above, SGA president Meagan Sessoms and vice president Shadavia Pridgen collect items. Requested items are canned soups, meat and vegetables, non-perishable items, fruit cups, snack packs, Ramen noodles and juice boxes. The drive will continue until Tuesday, two days before Thanksgiving and can be donated at the front desk of SCC. -

Sampson Community College’s Student Government Association kicked off its Hurricane Matthew Food Drive last week. The SGA is seeking donations that will go toward helping students affected by the recent hurricane in Sampson County. Above, SGA president Meagan Sessoms and vice president Shadavia Pridgen collect items. Requested items are canned soups, meat and vegetables, non-perishable items, fruit cups, snack packs, Ramen noodles and juice boxes. The drive will continue until Tuesday, two days before Thanksgiving and can be donated at the front desk of SCC.

Sampson Community College’s Student Government Association kicked off its Hurricane Matthew Food Drive last week. The SGA is seeking donations that will go toward helping students affected by the recent hurricane in Sampson County. Above, SGA president Meagan Sessoms and vice president Shadavia Pridgen collect items. Requested items are canned soups, meat and vegetables, non-perishable items, fruit cups, snack packs, Ramen noodles and juice boxes. The drive will continue until Tuesday, two days before Thanksgiving and can be donated at the front desk of SCC.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_hurricane-pic.jpgSampson Community College’s Student Government Association kicked off its Hurricane Matthew Food Drive last week. The SGA is seeking donations that will go toward helping students affected by the recent hurricane in Sampson County. Above, SGA president Meagan Sessoms and vice president Shadavia Pridgen collect items. Requested items are canned soups, meat and vegetables, non-perishable items, fruit cups, snack packs, Ramen noodles and juice boxes. The drive will continue until Tuesday, two days before Thanksgiving and can be donated at the front desk of SCC.