We’re Midway through March and already so many projects have blown by!
Carlisle High School hosted a blood drive to raise Lupus awareness to donate to the cause. This idea was inspired when they first accepted the AMF Challenge in honor of their Principal, Mr. Potter, who was on leave because of his personal battle with the disease. Best wishes to Mr. Potter and congratulations on all your hard work Carlisle!
Walk for Water
Aiken New Tech and Anderson High School hosted the Walk for Water 5k to raise money for a well for the students of Aiken-Largo High School in Sierra Leone, Africa. Students from both high schools came together on a chilly winter day to walk in solidarity with the students of Aiken-Largo who have to walk 3.1 miles to their nearest source of water. Anthony was able to personally congratulate the crowd of over 200 students at the event. Great teamwork everyone!
Senior Senior Prom
You read it right, Saint Henry District High School held Senior Senior Prom at Elmcroft Assisted Living Center. The senior residents at Elmcroft were swept off their feet with a night of dancing, dinner and so much fun! The students from Saint Henry’s even had the residents at Elmcroft vote for Prom King and Queen. What a fun night!
There are only 13 days left and we still have more projects to come!
We will be visiting some of these Service Challenge Projects, so be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to keep up with the amazing work! #OnePurposeOneImpact #AMFChallenge
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