north1 500Madisonville North Hopkins High School students Ra'Jean Garrett, from left, Alex Rusher, Lexi Gamblin, Shawna Welshans and Taylor Mitchell pack Thanks-giving baskets. MNHHS students brought in nearly $2,500 worth of groceries for needy families. These items filled 30 Thanksgiving baskets.

HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (11/26/13) - Madisonville North Hopkins High School gave out 30 Thanksgiving baskets to needy families on Monday, Nov. 25. Students donated nearly $2,500 worth of groceries for the project. This was enough food to feed 134 people. The students worked very hard on the project, according to FRYSC Coordinator Randall Campbell.

north2 500Madisonville North Hopkins students Hagan Buntin, left, and Lucas Oakley fill Thanksgiving baskets at the school. The school gave out 30 Thanksgiving bas-kets filled with items donated by students.

north3 500Madisonville North Hopkins High School students Chase Crowell, left, and Sam Goodman take a Thanksgiving basket to a waiting vehicle. MNHHS students do-nated nearly $2,500 worth of groceries for needy families. These items filled 30 Thanksgiving baskets.

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