Freshman Girls “Serving in the ‘D'”

By: Webmaster|Date: Oct 18, 2017|Tags: Project SHINE Testimonies, School News

Freshman girls spent their SHINE day working for Arts & Scraps in Detroit.

Arts & Scraps is a non-profit organization that teaches STEM through art integration. They put together art kits for inner-city kids using recycled materials. All the supplies they use are donated. The girls spent the day organizing materials and unloading various donations.

When asked about how she felt about Arts & Scraps, Freshman Rachel Brugger said “I really enjoyed working here. SHINE is always one of my favorite days of the year, and this year was no different. I liked organizing all the supplies.”

When asked how people can stay involved with Arts & Scraps, employee Trice Clark said, “people can always volunteer here or at our nearby community store.”

Overall, it was a great day to SHINE, and everyone who went had a lot of fun.

Submitted by Freshman, Kari Groen

Rachel Brugger and Nicole Reinhart organize craft supplies.

Kayla Allen, Carly Wildason, and Emma Heussner empty trash from the craft tables into the dumpster.

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