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BOCES Students Aid the Joshua Project

Written By Editor on 11/25/20 | 11/25/20

SCHOHARIE -- Capital Region BOCES students, faculty and staff volunteered to make Thanksgiving a little brighter for residents of Schoharie County.


The students, members of the SkillsUSA chapter on campus, joined Criminal Justice teacher Gerald Place, Teaching Assistant Andrea Rea and Business Liaison Nancy Liddle in preparing food baskets at the Fusion Church in Cobleskill as part of The Joshua Project.


Students taking part in the Friday afternoon and evening charitable work included Hunter Bouck, a criminal justice student from Schoharie, Destiny Honsinger, an automotive trades technology student from Cobleskill-Richmondville and Jillian Schoenherr, a culinary student from Schoharie.


Earlier in the day, culinary students on the Schoharie Campus led by teacher Chris Snye prepared dozens of cookies to go into the food baskets.


“I'm very proud of the leadership that our SkillsUSA students are showing your fellow-students here at Schoharie CTE and am happy to see so many participants helping at the church. They are truly making a difference in the community,” said Principal Mindy Iannotti.


SkillsUSA is a national organization for career and technical education students that promotes personal and professional growth and offers them the opportunity to compete at the local, regional, state and national levels.

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