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McLaughlin helps The Storehouse

Published: Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Custer High School senior Klacy McLaughlin’s senior project benefitted The Storehouse, as she focused on gathering American made products to benefit the local area. McLaughlin is pictured with her mentor for the project, Sarah Albertson.

 

Klacy McLaughlin, a senior at Custer High School, chose to make her senior project’s focus on American-made products and their importance to the U.S. economy. Under the mentorship of Sarah Albertson, she asked the community for donations of items to benefit The Storehouse here in the Custer community.  
McLaughlin reports that American made products are important to her and her family. She accepted donations of sheets, comforters, pillows, blankets, towels, pots and pans. Her emphasis was on American-made products, but accepted all donations.  
Upon completion of her senior project, she collected 60.5 pounds of goods. McLaughlin not only raised awareness in the community to support American-made products, but also to support those in need around the area.
“Klacy encompasses the notion that together, we can make a difference,”â��said Michelle Watland, Storehouse volunteer. “The Storehouse has been honored to be the recipient of the good will of Klacy McLaughlin.”
She is the daughter of Ray and Dawn McLaughlin. She plans to attend National American University to become a veterinarian tech.

Klacy McLaughlin, a senior at Custer High School, chose to make her senior project’s focus on American-made products and their importance to the U.S. economy. Under the mentorship of Sarah Albertson, she asked the community for donations of items to benefit The Storehouse here in the Custer community.  

McLaughlin reports that American made products are important to her and her family. She accepted donations of sheets, comforters, pillows, blankets, towels, pots and pans. Her emphasis was on American-made products, but accepted all donations.  

Upon completion of her senior project, she collected 60.5 pounds of goods. McLaughlin not only raised awareness in the community to support American-made products, but also to support those in need around the area.

“Klacy encompasses the notion that together, we can make a difference,”â��said Michelle Watland, Storehouse volunteer. “The Storehouse has been honored to be the recipient of the good will of Klacy McLaughlin.”

She is the daughter of Ray and Dawn McLaughlin. She plans to attend National American University to become a veterinarian tech.

 



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