Hearts to Heros

   Written by on February 6, 2014 at 11:10 am
Alpha Company 3rd Platoon

Alpha Company 3rd Platoon

Lucas Crutchfield (left) and Carter Early display a poster that students at South Hill Elementary School signed with handprints for the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign sponsored by 3WD radio station and  Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative.

Lucas Crutchfield (left) and Carter Early display a poster that students at South Hill Elementary School signed with handprints for the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign sponsored by 3WD radio station and Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative.

Employees of Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (MEC), some of whom are pictured above, and 3WD radio station partnered in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign to send Valentine greetings, snack foods and other items to brighten the day for soldiers in Kuwait. The Cooperative packed and shipped 21 boxes of donations that weighed over 1,100 pounds. 3WD and MEC extend thanks to everyone who donated to this project for our heroes.

Employees of Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (MEC), some of whom are pictured above, and 3WD radio station partnered in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign to send Valentine greetings, snack foods and other items to brighten the day for soldiers in Kuwait. The Cooperative packed and shipped 21 boxes of donations that weighed over 1,100 pounds. 3WD and MEC extend thanks to everyone who donated to this project for our heroes.

Radio station 3WD and Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (MEC) partnered in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign to send Valentine posters and cards, snacks, hygiene items and other supplies to soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon stationed in Kuwait.  Greg Thrift, manager of 3WD, (pictured third from left) and John Lee, president and CEO of Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, (pictured third from right) wish to thank everyone in the community who contributed.  MEC employees pictured with Thrift and Lee are (from left) Brian Morris, Clint Card, David Lipscomb, Cecil Robbins and Carolyn Glass.

Radio station 3WD and Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (MEC) partnered in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign to send Valentine posters and cards, snacks, hygiene items and other supplies to soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon stationed in Kuwait. Greg Thrift, manager of 3WD, (pictured third from left) and John Lee, president and CEO of Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, (pictured third from right) wish to thank everyone in the community who contributed. MEC employees pictured with Thrift and Lee are (from left) Brian Morris, Clint Card, David Lipscomb, Cecil Robbins and Carolyn Glass.

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Students from Clarksville Elementary School signed this giant poster sending Valentine greetings and support to soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon who are stationed in Kuwait. The “Hearts to Heroes” campaign was sponsored by 3WD radio station and Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative.

Students from Clarksville Elementary School signed this giant poster sending Valentine greetings and support to soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon who are stationed in Kuwait. The “Hearts to Heroes” campaign was sponsored by 3WD radio station and Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative.

Above, Chase City Elementary School students participated in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign by signing a Valentine poster for soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon.

Above, Chase City Elementary School students participated in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign by signing a Valentine poster for soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon.

Bluestone Middle School students participated in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign, an effort sponsored by 3WD radio station and Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, to remember troops stationed in Kuwait on Valentine’s Day. The Cooperative created and printed the giant card that was signed by students who sent their best wishes to the soldiers of Alpha Company 3rd Platoon.  The successful effort resulted in 21 boxes of donated items, weighing a collective 1,100 pounds, contributed by the community and sent to the platoon in Kuwait. Above, Chase City Elementary School students participated in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign by signing a Valentine poster for soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon.

Bluestone Middle School students participated in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign, an effort sponsored by 3WD radio station and Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, to remember troops stationed in Kuwait on Valentine’s Day. The Cooperative created and printed the giant card that was signed by students who sent their best wishes to the soldiers of Alpha Company 3rd Platoon. The successful effort resulted in 21 boxes of donated items, weighing a collective 1,100 pounds, contributed by the community and sent to the platoon in Kuwait. Above, Chase City Elementary School students participated in the “Hearts to Heroes” campaign by signing a Valentine poster for soldiers in Alpha Company 3rd Platoon.