Do Something Club to meet May 21 to celebrate club’s accomplishments

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Do Something Club to meet May 21 to celebrate club’s accomplishments

Do Something Club sponsor writes a Canvas message to the club regarding the club’s upcoming meeting. According to Ziegler, the club will meet one last time this school year to celebrate the club’s work this year.

Do Something Club sponsor writes a Canvas message to the club regarding the club’s upcoming meeting. According to Ziegler, the club will meet one last time this school year to celebrate the club’s work this year.

Do Something Club sponsor writes a Canvas message to the club regarding the club’s upcoming meeting. According to Ziegler, the club will meet one last time this school year to celebrate the club’s work this year.

Do Something Club sponsor writes a Canvas message to the club regarding the club’s upcoming meeting. According to Ziegler, the club will meet one last time this school year to celebrate the club’s work this year.

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Do Something Club will meet after school next Tuesday, May 21, to celebrate the work the club did throughout this year, according to Do Something Club sponsor James Ziegler.

“The meeting will largely be a celebration of what we did as a club this year, and we’ll go over some of the highlights,” Ziegler said.

Ziegler and Samantha Kadinger, Do Something Club member and senior, both said they believe the club has had a positive impact on the community this year through the club’s projects and fundraisers.

“I’m so proud of what this club has accomplished. This year, we accomplished more than we have in past years such as making even more blankets for the homeless and getting an enormous amount of canned goods for the SENSE Charter School,” Kadinger said.

Ziegler said the club will take a final visit to the Summer Trace Nursing Home next Wednesday, May 22, to spend time with the residents there.

“A lot of the times, the residents at the nursing homes don’t get a lot of visitors, and some of them don’t have very much family that’s close by,” Ziegler said. “Our goal is always to bring some youth, some fresh life, into the nursing home, and interact with the residents, whether it’s playing games or just sitting down and talking with them, just so the residents know that there are people who are thinking about them and help put a bright spot on their day.”

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