On Wednesday January 27, at Spanish Fork High School, students who are members of National Honors Society had a “Soup and Serve” service day. Everyone gathered after school and had a variety of soup, rolls and drinks then set to work on service projects. The projects consisted of sewing and tying baby blankets, making bookmarks, and cards. The blankets were made as receiving blankets that are to be sent to newborn babies in the Utah county region. The bookmarks were made to promote good reading habits in young children and to continue reading throughout their adult lives. Rebecca Greene commented, “It was a great time to hang out with friends but also do something great for others at the same time.” National Honors Society plans to do many more projects that'll benefit not only themselves, but many more to come.
By Kristen Blunck