Morristown West High School Students Sort 200 Boxes

BY DAWSON HUNT STAFF WRITER


Volunteers from West High sort Thanksgiving Drive Boxes at Central Services.

Friday, Nov. 22, 75 students worked together to sort boxes to help feed 800 people around Morristown. Any senior that participated was awarded an hour and a half in Tennessee Promise Hours. FBLA, The Cheer Squad, Special volunteers, and the Baseball team from Morristown West participated. The Volunteers worked diligently to make 200 Morristown families’ Thanksgiving better. No matter the amount, every donation was appreciated by someone. The winners of the contest for the most food donated were Mr. Bradley 23 Boxes, Mr. Garlington with 15 boxes, Mr. Todd and Mrs. Heflin with 14 boxes.

Samuel Collins, Landyn Spencer, Tanner Beaver, and Carson Barry work to sort boxes at Central Services.

Eliana Alvarado sorts a Box at Central Services.

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