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L.G. Green Chapter of the National Honor Society Inducted Seven New Members


Last week, the L.G. Green Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted seven new members.  The current members spoke to their accomplishments both in and out of the classroom.  In order to be inducted into the National Honor Society, students must reflect high commitment to scholarship, service, leadership, and character.  The current and new inductees have worked hard throughout their high school careers to be recognized as National Honor Society members.  The members for the 2016-2017 National Honor Society L.G. Green Chapter are as follows: Amanda Bielecki, Mackenzie Bolt, Kara Clark, Emily Fournier, Daniel Gambell, Rachel Gould, Taylor Grosso, Jade Hendricks, Benjamin Jones, Magdalyn Kosalek, Brendan Lyon, Griffen Magnan, Jakob Moss, Maureen Murphy, Emmeline Perkins, Jason Phelps, Mackenzie Rienhardt, Alyssa Riese, Sarah Sawmiller, Alexandra Tornatore, and Michael Wood.   
The students work throughout the school year on various service projects in order to help in our community.  NHS just finished collecting hats, mittens, and other warm winter essentials for the local food pantry in the annual Hat and Mitten Drive.  We collected close to 100 donations during the drive.  The NHS members will organize, plan, and oversee the Heart Chase in the June as a major service project for the year.  Teaming up with Teen Institute and The American Heart Association, the Heart Chase is an event where teams participate in various challenges to help raise awareness and funds for heart disease research.  We are looking forward to a year of service, scholarship, and leadership while continuing to build character.

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