WPAFB donates to local schools


Supplies include items that can serve students beginning preschool to those beginning to wrap up their high school career as seniors. Greene County Educational Services Center Human Resources Manager Anita Sams said after the supplies were donated, she would go through the items, divide them by grade and distribute them among the districts.


Supplies include items that can serve students beginning preschool to those beginning to wrap up their high school career as seniors. Greene County Educational Services Center Human Resources Manager Anita Sams said after the supplies were donated, she would go through the items, divide them by grade and distribute them among the districts.


Individuals making and receiving the donations (not in order) include Public Affairs Director Major John Stamm, Colonel John McKaye, Chief Master Sergeant David Wright, Chief Warrant Officer Jason Twedy and Second Lt. Weson Woodard from the 655 Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group and 2100 Military Intelligence Squad of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, as well as Director of the Greene County Learning Center Jason Miller, Director of Preschool Programs Kathy Harper, Human Resources Manager Anita Sams and Superintendent Terry Graves Stieter of the Greene County Educational Services Center.


Whitney Vickers | Greene County News

The 655 Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group, as well as the 2100 Military Intelligence Squad of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base donated several boxes of school supplies Aug. 11 to the Greene County Educational Services Center.

Supplies include items that can serve students beginning preschool to those beginning to wrap up their high school career as seniors. Greene County Educational Services Center Human Resources Manager Anita Sams said after the supplies were donated, she would go through the items, divide them by grade and distribute them among the districts.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/08/web1_4-5.jpgSupplies include items that can serve students beginning preschool to those beginning to wrap up their high school career as seniors. Greene County Educational Services Center Human Resources Manager Anita Sams said after the supplies were donated, she would go through the items, divide them by grade and distribute them among the districts.

http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/08/web1_1-7.jpg

Supplies include items that can serve students beginning preschool to those beginning to wrap up their high school career as seniors. Greene County Educational Services Center Human Resources Manager Anita Sams said after the supplies were donated, she would go through the items, divide them by grade and distribute them among the districts.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/08/web1_2-7.jpgSupplies include items that can serve students beginning preschool to those beginning to wrap up their high school career as seniors. Greene County Educational Services Center Human Resources Manager Anita Sams said after the supplies were donated, she would go through the items, divide them by grade and distribute them among the districts.

Individuals making and receiving the donations (not in order) include Public Affairs Director Major John Stamm, Colonel John McKaye, Chief Master Sergeant David Wright, Chief Warrant Officer Jason Twedy and Second Lt. Weson Woodard from the 655 Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group and 2100 Military Intelligence Squad of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, as well as Director of the Greene County Learning Center Jason Miller, Director of Preschool Programs Kathy Harper, Human Resources Manager Anita Sams and Superintendent Terry Graves Stieter of the Greene County Educational Services Center.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/08/web1_3-7.jpgIndividuals making and receiving the donations (not in order) include Public Affairs Director Major John Stamm, Colonel John McKaye, Chief Master Sergeant David Wright, Chief Warrant Officer Jason Twedy and Second Lt. Weson Woodard from the 655 Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group and 2100 Military Intelligence Squad of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, as well as Director of the Greene County Learning Center Jason Miller, Director of Preschool Programs Kathy Harper, Human Resources Manager Anita Sams and Superintendent Terry Graves Stieter of the Greene County Educational Services Center.