December 3, 2021

NAHS Pumpkin Painting Project with Elementary

“It was such a privilege to be able to arrange this project for the kids. Every year, NAHS has been able to organize a project for after-school care, and this year we took a vote and decided pumpkin painting for the fall. All the members were so excited to be able to spend some time with the kids and encourage their creativity, and everyone who could not make it was kind enough to buy needed materials. Thank you to all the members who took time out of their busy schedules to be able to participate including Vice President -Justin Kostecki, Chaplin – An Tran, Secretary – Abigail Sanders and members Lilyana Balderas, Katelyn Hong, Jenna Hall, Reagan Lubs, Marko Micic, Olivia O’Bannon, David Wahmhoff (photographer), Mallory Overton, Taylor Hardwick and Chloe Peacock.

~ Written by Tori Kraft, President NAHS

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