BSCTC student clubs donate $1,150 to Shriners Children’s Hospital


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Representatives from Big Sandy Community and Technical College present a $1,150 check to officials with Shriners Hillbilly Clan 1, Outhouse 2 on Wednesday, May 11 for the Shriners Children’s Hospital. Shown are: Tina Terry, director of cultural diversity; Leslie Bays, counselor; Charles Moore, associate professor of industrial maintenance; Kent Bartley, Rabban (President) of Hillbilly Clan 1, Outhouse 2; and Robert Adkins, Guardian of the Steel.


PIKEVILLE – Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) representatives presented the Shriners Hillbilly Clan 1, Outhouse 2 with a $1,150 check on Wednesday (May 11).

The donation was from proceeds from parking on the Pikeville campus of BSCTC during the Hillbilly Days festival. Each year, student clubs and organizations coordinate parking during the festival and donate a portion of the proceeds to the Shriners Children’s Hospital.

Representatives from Big Sandy Community and Technical College present a $1,150 check to officials with Shriners Hillbilly Clan 1, Outhouse 2 on Wednesday, May 11 for the Shriners Children’s Hospital. Shown are: Tina Terry, director of cultural diversity; Leslie Bays, counselor; Charles Moore, associate professor of industrial maintenance; Kent Bartley, Rabban (President) of Hillbilly Clan 1, Outhouse 2; and Robert Adkins, Guardian of the Steel.
http://floydcountytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Shriners-Presentation.jpgRepresentatives from Big Sandy Community and Technical College present a $1,150 check to officials with Shriners Hillbilly Clan 1, Outhouse 2 on Wednesday, May 11 for the Shriners Children’s Hospital. Shown are: Tina Terry, director of cultural diversity; Leslie Bays, counselor; Charles Moore, associate professor of industrial maintenance; Kent Bartley, Rabban (President) of Hillbilly Clan 1, Outhouse 2; and Robert Adkins, Guardian of the Steel.

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