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Patsy Bell

Assistant Principal

Clarkesville Elementary School

HQ Phone:  (706) 754-2442

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Clarkesville Elementary School

6539 Hwy 115 West

Clarkesville, Georgia,30523

United States

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Habersham Central High School


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Summary of the Board of Education Meeting

www.habershamschools.com [cached]

Dr. Forbes introduced Ed Nichols, Director of the Habersham County Chamber of Commerce, who recognized Patsy Bell for her work with the HCHS Youth Leadership Program.Ms. Bell has worked with this program since its beginning and has recently left HCHS to join the staff at Clarkesville Elementary School as their assistant principal.Mr. Nichols presented Ms. Bell a plaque in recognition of her work and contributions.


www.thenortheastgeorgian.com

The current HCMP board consists of Habersham Central High School teacher Lori Gary, former HCHS teacher Patsy Bell and Habersham County Schools social worker Kathleen Clement.
"We began several years ago with Woodville, and we're working our way backwards up the list," Bell said.


www.habershamschools.com

Youth Leadership Instructor Patsy Bell hoped to collect more than 12,000 cans, the grand total of last year's donations.
The much lower collection numbers speaks to the tough economic situation all Americans find themselves in, however, this is a double-edged sword. The individuals in need of the Soup Kitchen and Sharing and Caring has risen in conjunction with the downturn in the economy The canned food drive has been a tradition since Youth Leadership was began in 1999. "The can food drive has always been a worthwhile project, but this year, especially with the economy as it is, there are so many more families in our community in need of assistance and help," stated Bell. The Soup Kitchen and Sharing and Caring have serious need for canned food donations, but due to the economic problems this country is facing, donations are down. "People and businesses are not able to give as much as they have in the past," according to Bell.


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