Helping hands reach out in Hoke

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It can be easy to become overwhelmed during times of crisis, but there are always those who go above and beyond to help others. We want to spotlight people who are rising to the occasion. If you know someone in Hoke County helping others during the coronavirus pandemic, let us know, and we’ll give them some kudos. Email [email protected] with the information.

 


Feeding hungry children

Mrs. Nikki Cunningham Quick and her husband are also going above and beyond to help the children in need of a hot meal while school is out. They are preparing food and delivering them door to door to needy children or anyone in need of food. She and her husband always go above and beyond to help the citizens of Hoke County. They did the same during the storms. Submitted by Nagatha Davis

Nikki Cunningham-Quick has been doing an amazing job feeding the community. She has been providing breakfast and lunch for the students who are in need. Submitted by Davette Roper

 

Hoke schools are MVPs

Shout out to Hoke County Schools for starting meal delivery tomorrow via buses for the kiddos. From Facebook, Kelly Cerro

I second that! The biggest stressor for most of us was thinking about the kids who depend on the food they get at school! From Facebook, Robyne Bush

Hoke County Schools staff members are the ultimate MVPs. From Facebook, Jessy Brown

Hoke County Schools (Upchurch Elementary) great work. From Facebook, Jerry Brown

 

City workers get props

I have someone I would love to give props to for helping out during the virus pandemic! Hoke County city workers! They are up bright and early and still running normal schedules working hard to continue making Hoke County beautiful again. From Lindsey Wagoner