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Message From: Jonathan Morgan 
My Mother, Lisa Morgan, is helping the Scott County Health Dept. find lunch sponsors willing to provide lunch to their workers a couple of days a week. They identified the need being on Thursdays and Fridays for now. They will need 20 lunches per day. They are working without breaks and all hands on deck to give as many Covid-19 vaccines during the day as possible. The Health Dept. said this would be a greatly appreciated gesture. My parents will be providing the meals for them one day this first week and I will be taking care of the meals the other day. If anyone individually or as a business would be willing to help it would be much appreciated. These folks have worked non-stop since the pandemic began and their workload has since increased greatly now they are giving vaccines. We thought this would be a nice way to say thanks for their tireless work that is sure to go on for many more months. You can contact Lisa Morgan at (812) 595-1939 or Jimmy Morgan at (812) 595-1938 if you would like to help. They are able to help arrange transportation of the food to the Health Dept. if you are not able to get it there yourself. Thanks, Jonathan______________________________
Jonathan D. MorganBusiness Development Director

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Lexington ES K-Kids (some pictured below) for collecting diapers and other items for CRADLE

I am so thankful for the members of our Lexington ES K-Kids (some pictured below) for collecting diapers and other items for CRADLE.  This has been a tough year for CRADLE.  Not only did they have to raise money to replace their roof this year but with COVID, their donations were down.  They were unable to do some of the major fundraisers they usually do to fund annual operating costs.

Our Service Leadership Programs have jumped in to help.  A couple of weeks ago the AHS Key Club collected diaper and donated baked goods to help CRADLE during their barbecue fundraiser.

We are so lucky to have such caring kids who are willing to roll up their sleeves to assist.  Earlier this month, the AHS Key Club, SHS Key Club and SMS Builders Club were a huge help with our pancake breakfast.  The SMS Builders Club washed the dishes and ran the curbside pickup for the pancake breakfast.  The SHS and AHS Key Clubs helped with serving and busing the tables.

Besides family, our kids are one of the things I’m most thankful for this Thanksgiving!!

Al