Tri-Hi-Y Makes a Difference
Tri-Hi-Y is a service club where students do service projects that help people in the local community and around the world.
At this point in time, the club is working on making hats for cancer patients and orphaned infants in Africa. They are also helping nutrition and finance teacher Debbie Andry’s sewing club with pillowcases for kids in the hospital. Tri-Hi-Y is also making Halloween cards to deliver to Paoli Health and Living residents. These projects involve everyone in the club and students who want to lend a helping hand. Tri-Hi-Y is always looking for new members and everyone is welcome to join.
“We would love to have more people involved. You can be part of whatever projects you want as your time allows,” said Club Sponsor Maria Wishart.
Students interested in helping with these projects can email Wishart at firstname.lastname@example.org or attend the Wednesday homeroom meetings in Wishart’s classroom.
Story by Amanda Bowles