SFHS National Honor Society Continues to Give

Attributions: 
by Rebecca Greene
NHS Members Rebecca Greene, Alicia Boyack, Terra Dillman
NHS Members donated to United Way

With a collection of personal hygiene products and home-made baby blankets, the Spanish Fork High School’s National Honor Society recently delivered the items to the Distribution Center Youth Justice Center and United Way. A few of their previous service projects had the members of the club make baby blankets, book marks, and cards to give to people within the community. The hygiene products were collected around Spanish Fork High School to give to people within the community for the survivors of the Haiti/Chile earthquakes and for less fortunate people of Utah Valley. “I thought that the project was way fun! I love giving service to others!” said Terra Dillman. Students involved in the project really enjoyed giving service to not only people in Utah but around the world