WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896

Donation helps CHEW

Posted 1/22/20

Children's Hunger Elimination of Wilson received a nearly $4,000 donation to support its continued mission to feed Wilson County’s chronically hungry students on weekends. Chick-fil-A team …

Sign up to keep reading — IT'S FREE!

In an effort to improve our website and enhance our local coverage, WilsonTimes.com has switched to a membership model. Fill out the form below to create a free account. Once you're logged in, you can continue using the site as normal. You should remain logged in on your computer or device as long as you don’t clear your browser history/cookies.

Donation helps CHEW

Thank you for being one of our most loyal readers. Please consider supporting community journalism by subscribing.

Posted

Children's Hunger Elimination of Wilson received a nearly $4,000 donation to support its continued mission to feed Wilson County’s chronically hungry students on weekends. Chick-fil-A team members raised $1,367 during December after selling six-packs of chocolate chip cookies. Christy Proctor, owner and operator of Chick-fil-A, also shared CHEW’s mission with the contractor who built the new Chick-fil-A location on U.S. 264. The contractor donated an additional $2,500 through A Hand Up Charitable Foundation. Pictured are Shirley Battle, Chick-fil-A operations manager, left; Louise McKinnon, CHEW board chair; and Christy Proctor.

Comments