After learning that a Bethel student had a negative account balance with the school's lunch program, Ingersoll Auto stepped forward to help.
"We are once again blessed with the generosity of Ingersoll Auto. Ingersoll has been conducting a Kindness Campaign to give back to the community for people in need. One of our beloved Food Service Workers, Cindy Rizzo, wrote about students who had a negative account balance with our school lunch program. Mr. Ingersoll wrote a check for $1241.48 to clear up all negative balances," Bethel Superintendent, Christine Carver explained.
In addition, Todd Ingersoll, owner of Ingersoll Auto, provided the Bethel High School theater program$1000 for their production of Footloose.
"We again want to express our gratitude to Todd Ingersoll and his continued support," says Carver.
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