For the eighth consecutive year (wow!), Union Gas employees helped prepare a morning meal for the Halton Food for Thought partner program at Holy Cross School CES in Georgetown. The students were thrilled to see the returning Union Gas employees and to see them as they delivered the snack they prepared to each classroom. Holy Cross CES is grateful for the ongoing support from Union Gas and their donation of $1000 to the student nutrition program through its Helping Hands in Action program.
Lending a hand to prepare and serve the snacks were Union Gas employees (from right) Amin Omer, David Hegedus, Faye Wang, and Peter Mattia. The Holy Cross CES Morning Meal Team is represented by (from left) Principal Kelley Carter, Volunteer Coordinator Tracey Noonan, and Volunteer Coordinator Rob Wight.
A special thank you goes out to Rob Wight who after numerous years of dedication to the program will be retiring from his role. Tracey Noonan shared the overwhelming school sentiment about Rob’s dedication to the program when she said that he has some big shoes to fill and that “He has been an amazing addition to our program, and we will miss him dearly.”
Halton Food for Thought extends its thanks to Union Gas for their wonderful community support of student nutrition and to Rob, Tracey, Kelley, and all the team at Holy Cross CES for continuing to ensure that no student goes hungry at school. The program at Holy Cross CES is one of heads, hearts, and hands put into practice showing the students that they are cared for and that their success is paramount.