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SEHS boosts its United Way contributions by 600 percent
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The United Way’s Bonnie Dixon, center, congratulates South Effingham High School Principal Dan Noel, left, and SEHS teacher and United Way campaign coordinator Mose Mock for their work in increasing the school’s contributions to the United Way campaign drive. - photo by Photo by Pat Donahue

SEHS Super Heroes did an outstanding job for the 2007 United Way campaign.

Principal Dan Noel challenged the school's faculty to exceed their giving of the previous year and their reward would be a delicious dinner that would be prepared by he and SEHS United Way campaign coordinator Mose Mock. The staff not only agreed to the challenge but they surpassed their donations of 2006 by 600 percent  

The SEHS faculty was treated to grilled pork chops, baked potatoes, salad, green beans and desserts on Feb. 14.

United Way representatives Bonnie Dixon and Leslie Lamb jointed the celebration and provided a host of door prizes.
The campaign drive theme was “Super Heroes,” so Noel received a Batman flashlight and Mock receive a Superman T-shirt to mark the occasion.

Effingham County volunteers secured more than $255,000 in pledges in the 2007 United Way annual campaign. These funds will be used to support the various programs that are provided by the 27 United Way sponsored agencies.