NHS prepares for this year’s community projects

National Honor Society is starting the year off with a lot planned for its members. Students can still drop off soda tabs, and for every Ziploc sandwich bag full of soda tabs, members can get ten NHS points. Many of the same fundraisers from last year are returning. Members can do up to two of them over the course of the year. The options for the fundraisers will be held at Chevy’s, Dairy Queen and also selling TJs frozen pizzas.

The community service projects that some of the NHS members got to do last year will get another chance this semester.

“We are planning on taking ten students to the Crisis Nursery sometime around Halloween to play games the the kids there,” NHS Sponsor Tiffany MacMillan said. “The Crisis Nursery is a place where families can take their kids whenever a domestic conflict arises.”

The start of the new year also brings in opportunities for new leaders to set the precedent for the following semester.

One of the new things coming from this year’s NHS leadership is the creation of a Facebook page. Members now can go on Facebook and like the page FHC National Honor Society to get dates and annual updates for upcoming events.

“I’m excited to lead, but nervous because there’s a lot to do and I want to do it well after seeing how well Logan Miller lead last year,” NHS President Rebecca Vadalabene said.