SkillsUSA at TCAT McMinnville is building a food pantry that will be used by students who may need a helping hand for lunch. The goal is to bring edible food items (individual packs of crackers, candy, soup, etc.) that can be opened and used during lunch if a student is in need. Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to bring items to place in the food pantry. Donated items will be stored in the SkillsUSA Advisor’s room, and the pantry will be stocked as needed by SkillsUSA students. A special thanks to Clay Parker from Helton & Helton, Morrison, TN who donated his time to create panels with the SkillsUSA and TCAT logos! Thanks to all who contributed to building and stocking the food pantry!
SkillsUSA students, front: Joseph Nagy, Jr., Computer Information Technology; standing – Spencer Johnson, Computer Information Technology; & Brandon Madison, Industrial Maintenance building the pantry
Shelly DeBerry’s Practical Nursing class at TCAT McMinnville with food pantry items
SkillsUSA students Jonathan Stockton & Codey Dean, Industrial Electricity with the panels