North Central students participate in Community Project Day

Courtesy photo Volunteers pose for a photo at the Spalding Township Hall. From left to right are Jim Moraska, Cheyenne Borucki, Ireleigh Finney, Mackenzie Holle, Jacob Gorzinski and Gabby Lucas.
Courtesy photo Three busloads of students stopped at 20 different locations throughout Powers and Hermansville.
Courtesy photo Many students raked lawns for local families or businesses. From left to right are, top row, North Central alumnus Jason Whitens, and Brandon Grondine. In the bottom row are Izaac Lauscher, Cole Timblin, North Central alumnus Tyler Gorzinski, Brien Gronmark and Leo Gorzinski.

POWERS — North Central Junior/Senior High School recently participated in the yearly Community Project Day. The day is traditionally the last day of school for seniors, and is a chance for all students in 6th through 12th grade to give back to their local community.

Students went to over 20 locations in the Hermansville/Powers area to complete service tasks for families and businesses. These tasks included cleaning, painting, or yard work, depending on the location’s needs.

The day ended with a cook-out lunch and an afternoon of fun activities for all students. Morning activities were organized by National Honor Society, while the afternoon festivities were facilitated by the sophomore and freshmen classes.


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