Laurel Highlands Works Together to Support Food Banks
October 16, 2020 12:00 AM
From left: Clerk Typist 2 Penny Ogline, Superintendent Melissa Hainsworth, Pastor Peter Kaltenbaugh, Officer Wyatt, Deputy Superintendent for Facilities Management Robert Snyder.
The staff and inmates at SCI Laurel Highlands came together to support their local food banks.
There have been many people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and everyone, including the inmates, at Laurel Highlands stepped up to the plate. Pastor Peter Kaltenbaugh—of the Meyersdale Church of the Brethren and the Casselman Valley Food Bank—was a guest at a recent Fireside Chat. He expressed his appreciation and was presented with the checks from the Phoenix group and the staff.
They were able to make a monetary donation of $1,285.81 to the Casselman Valley Food Bank and $1,285.00 to the Berlin Food Bank. Staff also brought in food donations that were also donated to the cause.