2018-09-05 / Front Page

PCH helps North Putnam students go to camp


Brooke Trissel presents check to Jessyca South and other teachers at North Putnam. (Courtesy Photo) Brooke Trissel presents check to Jessyca South and other teachers at North Putnam. (Courtesy Photo) The sixth graders at North Putnam leave the classroom and spend two days in the wilderness for bonding and learning Foundations for Success curriculum. This program has been around for over 20 years. This is an expensive program and North Putnam relies heavily on donations and parents to pay for this amazing trip. On Aug. 28, Brooke Trissel, Marketing and Community Relations Director from Putnam County Hospital, presented a group of North Putnam teachers and the entire sixth grade with a check. This money will send four of their sixth grade students to the annual Camp Tecumseh trip! “Putnam County Hospital is thrilled to help the sixth grade students at North Putnam and we hope to continue to be able to help support them in the years to come. It is an amazing program and I am grateful that I was able to work with Jessyca South and make this happen,” Brooke said.

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