The color of caring
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on March 3, 2013 1:50 AM
Faith Christian first-graders, from left, Emily Strickland, Alli Weisiger and Lilly Bailey scream their approval for a fellow classmate's all yellow outfit during the "Yellow Day" assembly at the school. The assembly was part of a weeklong fundraiser for Floydie Harris, father of two Faith students, who was recently injured in a truck accident.
Dann Patrick, pastor at Faith Free Will Baptist Church, donned a yellow wrist band, sold last week as part of a fundraiser supporting the Floydie Harris family, on his head, as well as red and yellow Converse shoes and a yellow plaid jacket.
Faith Christian Academy fifth-grader Carissa Holloman holds a yellow flower and has a yellow bird on her shoulder during the "Yellow Day" assembly at the school. The assembly was part of a weeklong fundraiser for Floydie Harris, a father of two students at the school, who was recently injured in a truck accident.
A weeklong effort to support the father of two students at Faith Christian Academy was a "tremendous success," principal Walter Sloan said Friday night. Since the Jan. 31 freak accident -- when a fully loaded semi truck left the roadway...
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