Early College students REaCH out to community

Screen Shot 2015-04-26 at 12.00.50 PMThe Richmond Early College (REaCH) Beta Club recently collected dog food and newspapers to donate to the Richmond County Animal Shelter. Club President Katie Williams and Vice-President Tia McIntyre delivered the items to a very appreciative Hannah Marks, an employee of the Humane Society of Richmond County who works at the shelter. Marks is also a current REaCH student.           .

Members of the REaCH Beta Club also brought in bags of Easter candy and packaged it up for students in Viola Ewing, Donna Ross, Andrea Antinori, and Paige Willett’s classes at Monroe Avenue Elementary School. REaCH students brought in childrens books and shared reading time with the kindergartners. In return, the kindergartners in Ross’s class taught the REaCH students how to do the Gummy Bear dance. REaCH wants to thank Principal Dawn Terry for sharing her students.

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