By: Mitch Hughes
As you may have noticed, the temperatures outside are far from a warm summer day and more and more people are bundling up for another cold winter. As these temperatures keep dropping, there are families in our area that need items to keep warm such as hats, gloves, and scarves. We’re fortunate as a school that our Key Club has organized a program that allows students and staff to donate hats, mittens, scarves, gloves and more, so that as many families as possible can stay warm this winter.
The program has been successful for several years now, and Key Club’s very own Martin Cheng and Emily Bunsold are in charge of making sure this year’s program runs smoothly. The collected goods are taken to the Greene County Combined Health Center and the Family Violence Prevention Center. Also, Key Club members will receive an hour of service for their donation. The mitten tree will be accepting donations until Friday, December 20.