Hannan receives grant


Hannan Junior Senior High School recently received grants to benefit programs at the school. Hyer and Littlepage law firm and the Claflin Foundation gave $1,000 for Hannan’s Food Pantry with Marshall University giving $800 for the annual, “Spread the Love Program,” in which every student at Hannan receives a loaf of bread, a jar of peanut butter, and grape jelly for Christmas break. In addition, Advantage Toyota for gave $1,500 towards our All Purpose Building. Pictured are Angie Holley of Marshall University, Dr. Karen Oldham, Principal Hannan Jr/Sr.High School, and Stephen Littlepage, Attorney at Hyer and Littlepage Law Firm.


Hannan Junior Senior High School recently received grants to benefit programs at the school. Hyer and Littlepage law firm and the Claflin Foundation gave $1,000 for Hannan’s Food Pantry with Marshall University giving $800 for the annual, “Spread the Love Program,” in which every student at Hannan receives a loaf of bread, a jar of peanut butter, and grape jelly for Christmas break. In addition, Advantage Toyota for gave $1,500 towards our All Purpose Building. Pictured are Angie Holley of Marshall University, Dr. Karen Oldham, Principal Hannan Jr/Sr.High School, and Stephen Littlepage, Attorney at Hyer and Littlepage Law Firm.

Hannan Junior Senior High School recently received grants to benefit programs at the school. Hyer and Littlepage law firm and the Claflin Foundation gave $1,000 for Hannan’s Food Pantry with Marshall University giving $800 for the annual, “Spread the Love Program,” in which every student at Hannan receives a loaf of bread, a jar of peanut butter, and grape jelly for Christmas break. In addition, Advantage Toyota for gave $1,500 towards our All Purpose Building. Pictured are Angie Holley of Marshall University, Dr. Karen Oldham, Principal Hannan Jr/Sr.High School, and Stephen Littlepage, Attorney at Hyer and Littlepage Law Firm.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/12/web1_grant.jpgHannan Junior Senior High School recently received grants to benefit programs at the school. Hyer and Littlepage law firm and the Claflin Foundation gave $1,000 for Hannan’s Food Pantry with Marshall University giving $800 for the annual, “Spread the Love Program,” in which every student at Hannan receives a loaf of bread, a jar of peanut butter, and grape jelly for Christmas break. In addition, Advantage Toyota for gave $1,500 towards our All Purpose Building. Pictured are Angie Holley of Marshall University, Dr. Karen Oldham, Principal Hannan Jr/Sr.High School, and Stephen Littlepage, Attorney at Hyer and Littlepage Law Firm.