Students at North Central Junior/Senior High School recently participated in their annual Community Project Day. This day is traditionally the last day of school for seniors, and is a chance for all students in 7th-12th to give back to their local community. Students went to over 20 locations in the Hermansville/Powers area to complete tasks for local families and businesses. These tasks included: cleaning, painting, or raking, depending on the location’s needs. This annual day is completed with a cook-out lunch, and an afternoon of fun activities for all students. This event could not have been possible without receiving the Philanthropy Fund grant from the M&M Area Community Foundation this year. The money from the grant was used to purchase rakes, shovels, gloves, and other materials to complete the service tasks that were requested. Pictured, left, Kaylee Roberts, Cassidy Runge, Mrs. Snyder, Tyler Bentley, Devin Schultz, Dawson Bilski, Marcus Krachinski, Seth Polfus, Ryan Plunger, Colin Arkens, Sarah Granquist, Brandon Waite, Jason Whitens, Miss Westphal and Allissa Willa.