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Good News about North County Christian School, United Methodist Women and Mission Community Services

North County Christian School’s K-12 students during the school’s Service Day, when they planted fruits and vegetables and made Blessing Bags for the homeless in Atascadero.
North County Christian School’s K-12 students during the school’s Service Day, when they planted fruits and vegetables and made Blessing Bags for the homeless in Atascadero.

Atascadero

Students from kindergarten through 12th grade at North County Christian School in Atascadero recently held a Service Day to create gardens and provide for the homeless.

The students split up into groups of six to nine children to plant fruits and vegetables and make Blessing Bags full of essentials for the homeless in Atascadero. The faculty and students collected and assembled 102 Blessing Bags, which will be distributed by the high school students.

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The United Methodist Women of the Atascadero United Methodist Church recently donated $1,500 to the Get on the Bus program.

“This is the 11th year that UMW has donated to Get on the Bus. Their donation will help fund a bus of children to visit their fathers at the California Men’s Colony,” said Susan Olson, regional coordinator for the program.

The United Methodist Women are committed to the welfare of women and children, both locally and globally.

SLO County

PG&E recently donated $20,000 to the Mission Community Services Corporation of San Luis Obispo County.

The funding is part of the company’s Better Together Giving Program, which is designed to spur economic vitality throughout the company’s service territory.

MCSC was chosen for its commitment to developing support programs and offering coaching to local entrepreneurs and women-owned businesses.

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