RSHS Beta Club keeps ‘tabs’ on charity project

Submitted photo Molly Russell, president of the RSHS Beta Club, is shown with 23 pounds of poptabs collected by RSHS students.

Submitted photo
Molly Russell, president of the RSHS Beta Club, is shown with 23 pounds of poptabs collected by RSHS students.

ROCKINGHAM — Members of the Richmond Senior High School Beta Club recently completed a service project for the Ronald McDonald House.

The Ronald McDonald House provides a home-away-from-home for families who have children receiving treatment at local hospitals.

Beta members challenged fourth-block classes to see which could collect the most poptabs. Students responded with an overwhelming 23 pounds of poptabs! Winning the battle of the poptabs was John Lasseter’s class by a landslide, followed by Jordie Darchicourt and Diana Janica’s classes.

 

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