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FMS aids foster children through Project Warmth

Posted on Monday, January 1, 2018 at 10:54 am

Students at Fayetteville Middle School donated over 130 new blankets and stuffed animals for foster children and children in need in the South Central Tennessee region for Project Warmth, matching last year’s generous contributions from students and staff.

Thanks to their generosity, many foster children and children in need will have a little extra comfort and warmth this holiday season. Blankets will go to foster children and children in need in Lincoln, Bedford, and Moore counties through the help of Department of Children’s Services Social Services Team Members Shannon Haston, Morgan Rogers, Kellee Smith, Rod Linton, Robin Bain, Rod Linton, Ashley Brinkley, Kimberly Goney and Jordan Hatfield.

For children who need a little extra comfort during a difficult time, FMS students, along with

Fayetteville Middle School students pause for a photo with blankets and stuffed animals they collected for foster children through Project Warmth. Staff with the Department of Children’s Services helped with distributing the items to those in need. A few of those DCS staff members are (from left) Alyssa Pennington, Shannon Haston, Rod Linton and Lawanda Meneese.

DCS staff, are difference makers yet again this holiday season.

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