NJHS Strikes Again!

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Serving Food
Preparing Food Trays
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National Junior Honor Society students take turns finding and organizing service projects within our local community.   Andie Garner, a member of Spanish Fork Junior High's chapter, was able to organize a service project to the Food & Care Coalition Thursday night. 

The Food & Care Coalition is one of the most proactive homeless shelters in Utah County, and students were able to spend two hours helping the organization. 

Organizing and participating in these service projects allows NJHS members to develop values of leadership, service, scholarship, character, and citizenship.  The National Junior Honor Society is doing great things!

story by Robin White, photos by Landen Garner