The Family and Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) would like to thank Summit High sophomore Genna Hiller for her recent efforts to support our food bank. After coming to our office to do an interview and volunteer during a food bank shift, Genna completed several great paintings for her school personal project, which she sold with the proceeds going to the FIRC Food Bank. She also created one particularly beautiful piece to give to the FIRC as a gift, which we look forward to displaying in our program offices! We deeply appreciate Genna's creative approach in using her talents to help us support local Summit County families. Thank you Genna!
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