Community Resource Fair a huge success

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
To connect families in the Grove City community with recreational, financial, technological and wellness organizations throughout the area, a group of educators at Holt Crossing Intermediate School set out to establish a resource fair in order make the connective process easier for parents and students. According to fifth-grade teacher T. J. Budy, they did not expect over 30 organizations to sign up for their first Community Resource Rally, which was held on April 5, nor did they expect the massive turnout for the event. Due to the interest, Budy said there are plans to make the Community Resource Rally an annual event. Here are a few scenes captured during the resource rally. To entertain the younger (and older) set, Brutus Buckeye mingled with the crowd, helped pass out literature at mental health booths and engaged in the classic O-H-I-O pose with students.


Holt Crossing student Robert Taylor listens as Matthew Shaw tells him about the programs within the Boys Scouts of America.
Though the event was more for his mother and elder siblings, 1-year-old Donald Abrams IV, found some entertainment during his meet and greet with the Crew Cat.
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