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EHS Silver Linings Club



Destiny Lopez
​October 6, 2017

The EHS Silver Linings Club is a student-run volunteer group devoted to helping out not only the local community, but wherever they can spread their influence. Silver Liners put together fundraisers, hold donations for people and places in need, and perform random acts of kindness. They aim for at least one donation per month.

They've held several donations, which include providing blankets to the Delta Animal Shelter and giving books to the Tri-County Safe Harbor, a shelter for domestic abuse victims. One donation popular among EHS was the toothbrush donation last year; students voted for whom they wanted to wear a tooth fairy costume, during the entire school day, by bringing in toothbrushes. Mr. Dan DeLong won the chance to dress as the Tooth Fairy, and students brought in over 600 toothbrushes that Silver Linings donated to the St. Vincent de Paul community dentist.

Future events the Silver Linings club plan on holding involve sending money and medical aid to the areas affected by the recent hurricanes. They would like to send clean water down to Flint, Michigan. Additionally, Silver Linings wanted to partner up with the Book Club to keep books on buses, so students can read while they are on long trips-- whether it be athletes or musicians who are traveling.

The Silver Linings Club is open to everyone. For anyone who'd like to get more involved, meetings are held in Mrs. Bishop’s room, F629, on Thursdays during second lunch.

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