Plymouth High School’s SEED Club held two fundraisers to raise money and collect non-perishable food items, and toiletries for the Marshall County Neighborhood Center.

Teachers were asked to donate money, food, or toiletries for jeans weeks.  The standard at Plymouth High School is that teachers are allowed to wear jeans on Fridays. Students were asked to bring in donations during their 5th period class and the top class would win donuts.

In all, the SEED Club at PHS raised $375 and multiple boxes of non-perishable food, and toiletry items. This was the 11th year SEED Club held the “Give Back for Christmas” which has always been a way to give back to our community.

Mrs. Kruyer’s class won the competition by collecting 221 items for the drive.

The pictures:

1.). Students in Mrs. Kruyer’s room with donations in the background making a can tree.

2.). Donations collected: (L-R) Elizabeth Kruyer (Secretary), James Kruyer (President), Danica Davids, and Karyssa Oginsky.

3.). Marshall County Neighborhood Center: (L-R). Calvin Cerrato, Troy Hundt, Celena Ellinger (Vice President), Aleshcha DeWitt (Marshall County Neighborhood Center), James Kruyer (President), Elizabeth Kruyer (Secretary), Angelique Oviedo, Eleanor Brashere.

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