SHS Club Ser­vice Day

Serve Daily - - LIBERTY SHALL BE MAINTAINED - By Caitlin Dinkel

On Wed­nes­day, May 21st, Springville High School joined to help make our com­mu­nity a lit­tle bit more beau­ti­ful. Many of the school’s clubs joined to­gether to clean up around the school, and the FFA over­looked plant­ing flow­ers along Main Street in Springville. Twenty-one planter boxes were given a new look that day, with eight gor­geous plants in each one. All of the plants were grown in the FFA green­house, which is lo­cated at Springville High School.

While it was the FFA mem­bers that in­sti­gated this part of the school wide ser­vice project, many mem­bers of the lo­cal Na­tional Honor So­ci­ety chap­ter were there, along with Stu­dent Coun­cil mem­bers. At the en­trance to the park­ing lot at the high school, there is a large, en­graved rock that the class of 2012 do­nated. The ar­eas around this rock, and the trees that line the road, were weeded in or­der to make our school the beau­ti­ful place we know it to be.

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On May 21st, the FFA from SHS over­looked the plant­ing of flow­ers in the planter boxes on Main Street that were re­cently painted by stu­dents from Merit Academy.

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