Mountaineers men's basketball teams up with H.O.P.E.

WINSTON-SALEM — The Appalachian State University Mountaineers men’s basketball team headed to Winston-Salem Saturday, Jan. 2, to team up with Help Our People Eat. According to their website, H.O.P.E. uses volunteer support to “prepare and bring nutritious, weekend meals to the thousands of children in Forsyth County who are at risk for hunger.” According to Assistant Director of Strategic Communications Andrew Korba, the team distributed food across five locations and hopes to have another volunteer opportunity with the organization later in the season. Pictured from left-to-right: Head Coach Dustin Kerns, James Lewis Jr., C.J. Huntley, Brad Fey, Aaron Muse, R.J. Wilson, Adrian Dekog, RJ Duhart, Michael Eads, Jamie Baker, Donovan Gregory, Sasha Glushkov, Justin Forrest, Michael Almonacy, Deshon Parker, assistant coach Frank Young, Bryant Greene, assistant coach Patrick Moynihan, Xavion Brown, Andrew Muse and assistant coach Bob Szorc. Picture courtesy of App State Athletics.

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