CCYC receives $1,000 donation


For the second year, the Clinton County Youth Council is the recipient of a donation from Wilmington resident Kirstin Harris. Harris wrapped presents leading up to Christmas for a donation of $2 per present — 100 percent of the money benefits CCYC to help with supplies for the students and building. This year, $1,000 was donated, and Harris hopes to continue to build this project next year. Kirstin Harris (front row, second from right) is pictured with students, staff and Executive Director Eric Guindon (back row, third from left).

For the second year, the Clinton County Youth Council is the recipient of a donation from Wilmington resident Kirstin Harris. Harris wrapped presents leading up to Christmas for a donation of $2 per present — 100 percent of the money benefits CCYC to help with supplies for the students and building. This year, $1,000 was donated, and Harris hopes to continue to build this project next year. Kirstin Harris (front row, second from right) is pictured with students, staff and Executive Director Eric Guindon (back row, third from left).


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For the second year, the Clinton County Youth Council is the recipient of a donation from Wilmington resident Kirstin Harris. Harris wrapped presents leading up to Christmas for a donation of $2 per present — 100 percent of the money benefits CCYC to help with supplies for the students and building. This year, $1,000 was donated, and Harris hopes to continue to build this project next year. Kirstin Harris (front row, second from right) is pictured with students, staff and Executive Director Eric Guindon (back row, third from left).

For the second year, the Clinton County Youth Council is the recipient of a donation from Wilmington resident Kirstin Harris. Harris wrapped presents leading up to Christmas for a donation of $2 per present — 100 percent of the money benefits CCYC to help with supplies for the students and building. This year, $1,000 was donated, and Harris hopes to continue to build this project next year. Kirstin Harris (front row, second from right) is pictured with students, staff and Executive Director Eric Guindon (back row, third from left).
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/01/web1_IMG_7871.jpgFor the second year, the Clinton County Youth Council is the recipient of a donation from Wilmington resident Kirstin Harris. Harris wrapped presents leading up to Christmas for a donation of $2 per present — 100 percent of the money benefits CCYC to help with supplies for the students and building. This year, $1,000 was donated, and Harris hopes to continue to build this project next year. Kirstin Harris (front row, second from right) is pictured with students, staff and Executive Director Eric Guindon (back row, third from left). Courtesy photo