Network’s Hygiene Drive

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Network’s Hygiene Drive

Gavin Akehurst, Student Journalist

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With the holiday season upon us, Network has begun its annual Hygiene Drive. This means that in classrooms across the school there are brown paper bags similar to those in the picture on this article. The paper on the bags explain what items that Network is asking for. These items include bar soaps, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, deodorants, toothpaste, toothbrushes, diapers, wipes, feminine hygiene products, and more that you can place in the bags during first period. The items that students donate will be given to the Women’s Recovery Center of Greene County as well as the Bridges of Hope Homeless Shelter when the drive is over on December 13th. The first period class that donates the most items will get Bill’s Donuts on December 14th. A senior who wished to remain anonymous told me that “this is a good cause, and everyone should help out and donate.” Don’t forget to donate to these great causes for the holiday season! 

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