Lights on After School
Faith, Hope and Charity (FHC) participated in the nationwide Lights On Afterschool program Thursday, October 28 at the FHC building, 405 E. First St. in Marlin. Mrs. Shirley Piper, Director stated, “The purpose of this program is to increase our investment in our children so that one day soon every child will have access to quality afterschool care programs that will keep them safe, help working families and inspire students to learn.” FHC is a non-profit organization and is opened 4-7 p.m., Monday-Friday. There is no charge however parents are asked to donate 6 hours or $36 annually. Marlin City Council members Debra A. Levels-McDavid and Scottie Henderson presented a proclamation from the city.