Credit Union of Georgia will act as a donation stop in Leadership Cherokee Alumni’s second annual community food drive, according to a Georgia Patch article.
Leadership Cherokee is a nine-month-long program meant to educate existing and emerging leaders in Cherokee County. Last year, the Leadership Cherokee Class of 2018 learned local pantries were suffering a food shortage and challenged the Class of 2017 to see who could collect the most food.
“The Class of 2017 quickly called in the support of additional Leadership Cherokee graduates with collections spanning all areas of the county,” said John Barker, chamber board chair and owner of Delphi Global Technology. “The Class of 2019 has joined the challenge, so graduates of Leadership Cherokee from 2012 – 2019 are competing to see who can collect the most food.”
The Class of 2019 will receive credit for donations left at Credit Union of Georgia.
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