PHS National Honor Society helps children
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Piedmont High School’s National Honor Society recently conducted a Krispy Kreme donut fundraiser, with the proceeds, $500, going to the Benevolence Center to help needy children at Christmas. “It’s a wonderful feeling to know that something you worked very hard to accomplish is going toward such a great cause like the Benevolence Center and Venecia’s Foundation,” said Andrew Posey, a member of the National Honor Society leadership team. “I think I speak for the whole National Honor Society when I say that.” AT RIGHT: Members in the photo are, bottom, from left, Bre Green, Denard Spears, Dalton Barber and Addison Byers. In the back row are Skyler Fontaine, Jeremiah Screven, Victoria Donaldson, Riesha Thompson, Benevolence Center director Heather Lamey, Tyler Lusk, Katlyn Coppock and Ashynne Rivers. Senior members are Morgan Watkins, Linda Feazell, Dylan Akin, Addison Byers, Denard spears, Andrew Posey, Raven Paslay, Matthew Strott, Caleb Adams, Jamal Young and Ty Sparks. Juniors are Victoria Donaldson, Katlyn Coppock, Dalton Barber, Austin Anderson, Tatinya Green, Tyler Lusk, Laura Posey, Riesha Thompson, Skylar Fontaine, Jeremiah Screven and Ashlynne Rivers. Special education teacher Meg Crane is the sponsor.
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