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Courtesy Photo Left to right back row: CCCC President, Dr. Sean Hancock, Linda Eberhart, Addyson Kelly, Natalie Manjarrez, and Lynn Speer. Front row left to right: Brittnay Eberhart , Megan Eberhart, and Olivia Eberhart.

Girl Scouts help fight hunger

Cerro Coso Community College Chandler Petrovich –   Girl Scout Troop #3312 in Ridgecrest is being recognized for their effort to help abolish the food insecurities of college students. 

 The girls collected non-perishable food items and made a very generous donation to Cerro Coso’s Coyote Cupboard. 

 “It is through support like this, we can eliminate hunger for college students, “ said Dr. Sean Hancock, President of CCCC. 

Transforming the community and renewing hope in 2022, Girl Scout Troop #3312, was presented with a gift certificate of appreciation and Cerro Coso coyote t-shirts.