Milbank Middle School Donates to Hurricane Relief
Community October 15, 2017 Staff Writer 0
The Milbank Middle School sent hurricane relief to a Houston class from Maryland Middle School. Each week for the past four weeks, the students sent boxes filled with notebooks, binders, folders, pens, markers, clothing, and backpacks. Thus far, 15 boxes of supplies have been sent. The student council collected money at a home volleyball game to help cover the shipping costs, as that was a larger expense than students had expected.
“It was fun to have a direct person to send them to and be able to correspond with about their needs and their excitement from receiving the boxes,” stated MMS Student Council Advisor Heidi Wellnitz. “Many of the students from the school are from poverty stricken homes and most are still living in shelters.”
Middle School Student Council members pictured, back row, left to right, Kaitlyn Huber, Skyler Skoog, Bo Brandriet, Kaitlin Krause, Max Lightfield and Sawyer Gauer. Middle row, Seth Hopper, Brayden Stricherz, Kylene Bowen, Keira Van Hoorn, Maiah Brown, Mariah Brandenburger and Alex Hilbrands. Front row, Ethan Sullivan, Justus Osborn, Maddie Tesch, Camryn Wiese and Madi Loeschke.
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