Pike County’s Homeless Students Get Some Help

Mike Johnson, the owner of Johnson’s Home and Garden in Coal Run Village, has been raising money for Pike County’s homeless students for years.Since May 10, he raised nearly $1,500 to benefit more than 150 homeless teens in Pike County who will be walking across the graduation stage this month.The funds were raised through a combination of in-person and Facebook donations. Once the online fundraiser closes, the funds will be transferred to Pike County’s Title I Homeless Program. From there, they will be used to purchase gifts and more for the new graduates.