Zionsville Times Sentinel


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Ascension Health associates from the Procure to Pay team pose with their winning sculpture made from boxes and cans of food collected in the company's Third Annual Ministry Service Center Can Drive benefiting the Zionsville Food Pantry. Ministry Service Center teams compete for most cans collected per person and creativity. The creativity competition occurs on the last day of the drive, with each team building a structure with the items they collected. The 2013 winning team, which handles services from requisition through accounts payable, includes, from left: Paige Horrigan, Christy Huser, Dustin Hanthorne, Travis Feldman, Lyndee Collins, LaTosha Deloney, Iain Batchelder and Justin Hoggard. Their sculpture's theme was "Bridging the Gap of Hunger & Poverty" and showed a suspension-type bridge spanning from Ascension Health to Zionsville Food Pantry.

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