Our Middle School Clubs are off to a great start and have been working on some
really inspiring projects!
TThe Camerado Springs Club recently put on a Teacher vs. Student Volleyball Game,collecting items for our Warm and Fuzzy Drive as the entrance fee. The Volleyball4Hope Game took place on October 12th and everyone who played and attended had so much fun! The entry into the game was 3 warm and fuzzy items and all spectators were entered into a raffle. The Wildcat Volleyball Team beat the teachers, winning the tournament 3-1!
The Herbert Green 5/ 6 and 7/ 8 Clubs have joined forces and decided to benefit Blue Star Moms this semester. Both clubs are going to host a school-wide project to make thank you notes and collect supplies for care packages to troops local to Sacramento and El Dorado Counties.
The Marina Village Club ran the games and activities area at their school’s Fright Fest on October 25th. They raised $230 to benefit Operation Good-To-Go!
The Rolling Hills Club just wrapped up hosting a school-wide drive for the Warm and Fuzzy Drive and collected over 4 huge bins of clothing. They are moving on to their next project and are hoping to work with Shriner’s Children’s Hospital and help raise money for them.
The Sutter Club is focusing on families in crisis this semester. During the first few weeks of the semester, they decided to support Pink Ribbon Running, an organization that supports breast cancer survivors. As a team build, they made encouragement cards that will be placed in baskets given to local breast cancer survivors. They are now working on their next project and looking to support Powerhouse Ministries.