OFTC Clubs Help Sort Toys for Salvation Army Toy Drive

Members of Oconee Fall Line Technical Colleges (OFTC) Student Government Association, SKILLS and Rotaract Clubs spent the first day of their Christmas break at Jefferson Street Baptist Church in Dublin, helping the Salvation Army sort toys which will be delivered to families in need this Christmas season.  

The Salvation Army will deliver toys to over 400 children as a part of their annual Angel Tree Christmas program. The toys were donated by local businesses, organizations and residents and will be distributed to families this week. 

OFTC’s students spent their morning sorting the donated toys into various age categories and then bagging up the items for each child.

For more info on OFTC’s 100+ programs or their student clubs and organizations, visit the College’s website, OFTC.edu.

Members of several OFTC student clubs spent time sorting and bagging toys for the local Salvation Army Angel Tree Christmas program. Pictured, L-R, Back row: Antonio Bell, Noah Brack, Jon Paul Thomas, Chilor Thomas, Jay Mullis. OFTC’s Dean of Student Affairs; Front row: Janet Smith, OFTC’s Director of Student Life, Mary Kurtz, Lana Rogers, and Brinson Thomas.

Members of several OFTC student clubs spent time sorting and bagging toys for the local Salvation Army Angel Tree Christmas program. Pictured, L-R, Back row: Antonio Bell, Noah Brack, Jon Paul Thomas, Chilor Thomas, Jay Mullis. OFTC’s Dean of Student Affairs; Front row: Janet Smith, OFTC’s Director of Student Life, Mary Kurtz, Lana Rogers, and Brinson Thomas.

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The mission of Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC), a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), is to contribute to the economic and workforce development of east central Georgia through quality technical and continuing education, adult education, and business and industry services. The College offers associate degrees, diplomas, technical certificates of credit, and non-credit certificates in a student-centered learning environment through traditional and distance education modes of delivery.