Sunday, December 19, 2010 at 12:05 am (Updated: December 19, 6:24 am)
Members of North Hardin High School’s Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps had an important mission Friday — to make Christmas a little more special for families in the community.
Despite icy conditions that closed school for the day, North Hardin JROTC and members of the Kentucky National Guard delivered 50 boxes of food to needy families in the Radcliff area.
This is the 18th year the JROTC program has distributed boxes of food. Retired Sgt. Maj. Paul Gray and volunteer Esta Pigg started the effort.
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