Coosa Teens ‘Stack the Mac’ to Help Needy Families Over the Holidays

Trevor Hubbard, Ansley Terhune, John Rhodarmer

Coosa Principal Trevor Hubbard (jack-o’-lantern), Ansley Terhune, and Coosa Assistant Principal John Rhodarmer (turkey) in front of the stack of macaroni and cheese. (Contributed photo)

Senior projects for honors students in Floyd County Schools begin to take shape this time of year. For Coosa senior Ansley Terhune, the project is taking the shape of a crescent noodle with some cheese on top and will help provide Thanksgiving dinner for needy families in the community, reported the Rome News-Tribune on Nov. 16.

Terhune decided to make her senior project a collection of food for needy families at Thanksgiving time. She worked with Action Ministries, a local nonprofit assisting needy families in the area, to put her efforts into the greatest need. Action Ministries shared with her the need for more macaroni and cheese to go in their food boxes for the needy and Terhune’s senior project idea was born.

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