NHS Rings Bells For Charity

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The National Honor Society has been doing the bell ringing for charity for the past month to raise money for Salvation Army..

Members of NHS have been each signing up for shifts to volunteer for the Salvation Army to raise money for families in need.. Senior Bronson King volunteered on  Wednesday December 5th “I enjoyed it, I got to hangout with my friends” King said. King said volunteering “warms his heart”.

“”I enjoy volunteering because it is a great feeling to help others out, or the community” says senior Tom Hapgood. Hapgood said “I did enjoy it, raising money for a good cause and also also being with my friends made it a good time.” All members of NHS need to get at least 12 hours of volunteering and 2 of those hours must be with other members of NHS.

Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community and it’s a great way to give back during the holidays.  

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