National Honor Society already busy


Emily Brandt – Mustangs Ahead

nhs logo(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS National Honors Society (NHS) hosted their first general club meeting of the year after school on Aug, 13.

The initial focus of the meeting was finances needed to fund the club. NHS adviser Mary Ellen Eskett, will collect dues after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays in her classroom (917) for the next two weeks. The dues this year will be $20 for juniors and $25 for seniors.

In addition to dues, the board members discussed community service hours needed to remain a member of the club. The requirement is 12 hours; a minimum of eight of the twelve hours must be completed within the club.

“There will be plenty events to fulfill the 12 hour requirement. Our first event is already next Saturday, volunteering at the Ft. Hamer Run,” shared Parliamentarian senior Manoela Dos Santos.

The last topic of discussion was the events returning from last year. Volunteering at McNeal Elementary  School is coming back, along with helping the Fort Hamer Run and Miracle League.

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