Quota International Massillon

“My mom nearly has to scream because I don’t hear her…” A Taft Elementary Student

Quota International of Massillon — whose motto is “We Share” — is known especially for their service to individuals who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech impaired and to disadvantaged women and children in the local Western Stark County, Ohio, community.   Join Pam Cook as she meets with President Holly Maloney of Quota International of Massillon among others and visits Taft Elementary to see the audiology booth.

Learn their history as well as their hopes for the future.  And Share the Good by viewing this segment of Share the Good Stark County!

Do you know a person or business or organization that should be featured in this series? 

Join WHBC’s Pam Cook in spreading the word about good things in our community.

Thursday Morning at 7:10, Pam will bring to you “Share the Good Stark County” on Canton’s Morning News.  She’ll highlight a person (child, teen or adult), a group, agency or business for the good they do but many may not know about.

Your story could be highlighted on air and right here online.  But only if we know about it!  If you would like to submit a nomination for Share the Good Stark County, click here and we’ll be in touch!

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