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Senior Citizens Luncheon a Success

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Senior Citizens Luncheon a Success

Bryce Wallce and Kelsey Darby have a Rocking Good Time serving others as members of the Leader's Core in a great photo prop made by Mr. Dunn, art teacher

Bryce Wallce and Kelsey Darby have a Rocking Good Time serving others as members of the Leader's Core in a great photo prop made by Mr. Dunn, art teacher

Cathy Reed

Bryce Wallce and Kelsey Darby have a Rocking Good Time serving others as members of the Leader's Core in a great photo prop made by Mr. Dunn, art teacher

Cathy Reed

Cathy Reed

Bryce Wallce and Kelsey Darby have a Rocking Good Time serving others as members of the Leader's Core in a great photo prop made by Mr. Dunn, art teacher

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For the past 37 years Spring Hill has orchestrated a special lunch to show appreciation for the elders in the community. Since 1981, and every year since, senior citizens have come to visit the High School and enjoy a free meal and ceremony organized by the Leaders’ Core program. The luncheon took place in the high school cafeteria, which was transformed into a ’50s themed diner in honor of the theme chosen  by the students, “Rockin’ Christmas”, the students even went so far as to bring in an Elvis impersonator. “My personal favorite part of being a part of the luncheon is getting to see people reuniting.” said Kelsey Darby, a senior in Leaders’ Core. “Many of the people who attend these luncheons haven’t seen each other in a while and its sweet to see old friends reconnecting.” The Leaders’ Core program is a select group of High School students who are chosen for their leadership, scholastic aptitude, and volunteer work. The program significantly impacts the community and it’s members by showing a great appreciation for all the love and support given to the school and it’s students. These students who arranged the luncheon worked hard on making over 130 fruit baskets for the senior citizens as well as delivering the packages to the community members who were unable to attend. This year, the guests were able to enjoy special shows featuring the 5th grade choir, Blue Note jazz band, Pacesetters, and theater company. Its the events, and student contributions like these that make the Spring Hill community so uniquely appreciative.

 

 

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