NUHSA signs up 100 Shorecrest students at volunteer fair

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Children's Hospital talks to Shorecrest
Students about their work
Volunteerism took over the lunch period on June 16, 2014 at Shorecrest High School. Agencies like Center for Human Services, Turning Point, Olive Crest, and others could be found in the hallways and the cafeteria for the "Make Your Mark": Volunteer Local Fair.

Crista staff had a booth at the
Shorecrest volunteer fair
Over 100 students signed up for volunteer opportunities for the summer months. It's safe to say they're well on their way to completing their required 40 hours of community service!

Teachers and staff also joined in the event.

"We were delighted to see so many connections being made. If you weren't able to take part this year, do not fret! NUHSA and Shorecrest are both looking forward to next year's volunteer fair."


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