Good Deeds

Clay Today
Posted 1/10/18

Walmart pitches in for cadetsMIDDLEBURG – Ridgeview High School’s Navy Junior ROTC Unit recently received a $2,500 donation from the Middleburg Walmart to support cadet activities. …

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Walmart pitches in for cadets
MIDDLEBURG – Ridgeview High School’s Navy Junior ROTC Unit recently received a $2,500 donation from the Middleburg Walmart to support cadet activities. Pictured above from left are Unit Commanding Officer Kenneth Mora, Associate William Brown, Store Manager Corey Holder, Co-Manager Ian Bradley and Cadet Lt. Joshua Benveniste, unit operations officer. The Walmart donation will help pay for travel to and from ROTC competitions this spring. There are currently 150 cadets in the program, the largest in Clay County. Last May the cadets were recognized as a Distinguished Unit by Navy Junior ROTC Headquarters, ranking it among the top 20 percent of all units nationwide.

Your Pie helps food pantry
FLEMING ISLAND – The Food Pantry of Green Cove Springs holds various food drives during the year, often asking for peanut butter. Recently, and for the second year in a row, Your Pie off County Road 220 on Fleming Island, collected peanut butter for those who face food insecurity during the Christmas holiday season. Your Pie patrons who brought in a jar of peanut butter received a pizza for $3.14 and donated a portion of sales to the Food Pantry as well.

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