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CSNHS Gives back to Community

posted Dec 6, 2017, 9:26 AM by Adyson Koster

With Christmas just around the corner, the CSHS Honor Society is focused on giving back. They are including both the elderly and younger children this year.

CSNHS is doing an angel tree for the residents at Spring View Manor. The tree is up in the office, and gifts should be returned by December 19.

“I think it’s very important for us to give back to the community, especially at Christmas time,” senior Katia Wright said.

Junior Lexi Fisher said she has taken part in various Angel Trees since middle school.

“I am excited for both, especially the Angel Tree,” junior Lexi Fisher said. “I enjoy going with friends and picking out a gift for my angel. It feels good to do that for people.”

CSNHS members are also writing responses to the Kyle Trueblood grade school students’ Santa letters in the days leading up to Christmas break. A few students will dress as elves to return the letters.

“My favorite part is writing the letters to the kids as elves,” junior Molly Schmanke said.






Angel Tree

December 6

CSHS Office