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Volunteer Club Continues to Make a Difference
October 17, 2012
The Spring Hill High School Volunteer Club begin serving the community in 1997, and continues to make a difference locally and beyond. One of their latest projects was performing a landscaping makeover on the district’s Board of Education office.
The landscaping project included planting grasses, lilies and rose bushes around the Board of Education office. Group leaders for the project were students Dalton Young, Tyler Crabtree and Sam Jesberg, and sponsors are teachers Lynda Jochims and Kerri Rodden. They led a contingent of nearly 40 students in the effort under the supervision of the district’s head groundskeeper C.E.Baldwin and other staff members. The funding for the project was thanks to a $2,500 grant from A&M Products, which is located in Spring Hill, Kan.
During this semester, the group has already assisted with the clothing closet for Spring Hill Baptist Church, Christmas in October, a Halloween Party at the assisted living facility. In early November, students will be assisting with a Thanksgiving dinner at Rosebrooks, which is a battered woman's shelter.
Thank you to the SHHS Volunteer Club and A&M Products!