Teddy Bears Abound

Deon Youd, Photo by Sharla Barber

Hundreds of teddy bears are on their way to women's and children's centers all around Utah thanks to the generosity of Spanish Fork High's Leterman's Club and student body. This year's annual Teddy Bear Project brought in more than 600 stuffed animals to be given to children pulled from their homes because of a traumatic situation. The toys give comfort to children in these circumstances.

NHS Spreads Thanksgiving Cheer

Article by Deon Youd, Photos by William Paxton

Members fo the National Honor Society made the Thanksgiving holiday a little brighter for several families in the Spanish Fork area with their annual Thanksgiving Dinner service project. The NHS gathered, packaged, and delivered turkeys and all the fixings to about 40 families on November 20, 2014.

The NHS gathers the names of families in need from other teachers at SFHS as well as local religious leaders. Using food donated during a food drive, the NHS makes sure each family gets a complete Thanksgiving meal.

Opening Night for Drowsy Chaperone

Deon Youd

An enthusiastic cast is ready to take the stage. Thursday, November 20 is opening night for The Drowsy Chaperone, the SFHS fall musical. The show is set in the 1920s and promises to be full of laughter and fun. 

"You'll laugh hysterically," said Kelsie Richards, a member of the cast.

Not only is the show funny, said many cast members, but it has been a great experience to be participants.

"You grow closer to people," said Tani Lee, also a member of the cast.