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Mackenzie Hinson of Make a Difference Food Pantry Steps Up Big for the volunteers of Team Rubicon

Mackenzie Hinson, the POMAD (President of Make a Difference) Food Pantry loading up food with Team Rubicon’s Bess Wells.
Food to be delivered to students who qualify for the Backpack Buddy Program at a local Elementary and Middle School.
Mackenzie Hinson with Katie Palmer, daugter of TR’s North Carolina’s State Administrator Greg Palmer on-site in Gatlinburg, TN delivering donations to kick off Team Rubicon’s Op Blue Smoke
Thank you to Make a Difference Food Pantry and Katie Palmer for coordinating donations in Gatlinburg, TN. Here are Kenzie and Katie with Team Rubicon on Operation Blue Smoke.



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Bethany Watson

Team Rubicon Greyshirt, R6 Comms Manager & ASIST Trained. NASA Johnson Space Center 2015 intern alumni in their External Relations Office of Education.