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What Would You Put in a Time Capsule?

Published on August 19, 2019, by Kate Brackett to the FSH Stories Category.

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Kelsie Orman at the 2019 Graduation Celebration

Published on June 27, 2019, by Family Scholar House to the FSH Stories Category.

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When Was the Last Time Your Cooking Utensils Made You Cry?

Published on May 29, 2019, by Family Scholar House to the FSH Stories Category.

We often take for granted the simplest things in life, such as a hot meal. Imagine feeding your kids cereal for the majority of their meals. You may be thinking, “That’s not healthy, I would never do that.” But what if that was the only choice you had because you didn’t have basic kitchen necessities such as a skillet.

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“Is There a Minimum Donation Required to Give?”

Published on May 1, 2019, by Family Scholar House to the FSH Stories Category.

Last week, Family Scholar House had the privilege of sharing about our organization at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center. While there, we were able to provide information about FSH and collect donations. A young girl, probably around 12 years old, approached the table and asked what we do. We told her about FSH. In reply, she asked, “Is there was a minimum donation required to give?”

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A LouieConnect Story

Published on April 2, 2019, by Family Scholar House to the FSH Stories Category.

Do you know about LouieConnect? LouieConnect is user-friendly app that connects community members in need with those who can help can get their need met. If you are, or know someone who is, struggling with food insecurity, unstable housing, financial emergency, senior or veteran services, or a single parent in crisis, LouieConnect can help.

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Growing Imagination!

Published on March 19, 2019, by Family Scholar House to the FSH Stories Category.

The PNC Grow Up Great Initiative is an integral part of the lives of the youngest scholars at Family Scholar House–and in the Grow Up Great Imaginarium, these youngest members of the FSH family are invited to explore the world around them in all sorts of ways.

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