Tyrone Sophomore Delivers Holiday Cheer

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Tyrone Sophomore Delivers Holiday Cheer

Two days before Christmas, Miller-Dicken and Zupon delivered meals that included turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and all the essential holiday foods along with a gift card to show their appreciation.

Two days before Christmas, Miller-Dicken and Zupon delivered meals that included turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and all the essential holiday foods along with a gift card to show their appreciation.

photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Zupon

Two days before Christmas, Miller-Dicken and Zupon delivered meals that included turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and all the essential holiday foods along with a gift card to show their appreciation.

photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Zupon

photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Zupon

Two days before Christmas, Miller-Dicken and Zupon delivered meals that included turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and all the essential holiday foods along with a gift card to show their appreciation.

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Christmas is the best time of year to give back to the ones you care about.

This holiday season Tyrone sophomore Skyler Miller-Dicken set out to make the season just a little extra special for some local families by delivering a surprise holiday meal to four deserving Tyrone families.

Every year Mr. Josh Zupon’s class receives money from an anonymous donor with the condition that the class uses the money to honor students and their families and show their thanks. This year, Miller-Dicken had the idea to purchase all the ingredients for a classic holiday turkey dinner and personally deliver it to the chosen families.

Skyler’s goal is to be a positive role model in the school. This was a great experience for him”

— Joshua Zupon

Zupon was pleased that Miller-Dicken stepped up and took ownership of this project.

“Skyler’s goal is to be a positive role model in the school. This was a great experience for him,” said Zupon.

Miller-Dicken also helped choose the families. The four students who were chosen possessed qualities that deserved to be rewarded. The recipients all worked very hard throughout the year and have been positive role models in the school.

“Skyler saw this as an opportunity to make a positive impact on the people around him,” said Zupon.

Two days before Christmas, Miller-Dicken and Zupon delivered meals that included turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and all the essential holiday foods along with a gift card to show their appreciation.

“It just felt good to give back because I never really had a good public view. Giving back feels great,” said Miller-Dicken.

It just felt good to give back because I never really had a good public view. Giving back feels great.”

— Skyler Miller-Dicken