TV NHS operation christmas cheer


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Members of the Tri-Village National Honor Society at their regularly scheduled meeting. Thanks to TV NHS members for their hard work and dedication to the community.

Members of the Tri-Village National Honor Society at their regularly scheduled meeting. Thanks to TV NHS members for their hard work and dedication to the community.


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NEW MADISON — The Tri-Village Chapter National Honor Society (NHS) members executed Operation Christmas Cheer by delivering over 150 personalized cards to the residents of the Brethren’s Retirement Community. Two of the members are employed at BRC so the connection was extremely meaningful.

TV NHS advisor, Mr. John P. Beard, said, “The students really wanted to have an impact on our community by addressing the needs of those who may be isolated more than others. They felt that providing a message of hope and encouragement to the residents of BRC would be a great start to that impact.”

The four pillars of the NHS are: character, leadership, service, and scholarship. The Tri-Village Chapter of NHS is continuing to meet the high expectations of the organization through their activities.

The members of the Tri-Village NHS are as follows: President, Miss Lucie Morris, Vice President, Miss Madeline Mead, Secretary/Historian, Miss Sydney Lipps, and Treasurer, Mr. Dylan Finkbine. Members at large include Mr. Aiden Collins, Miss Chloe Sullenbarger, Mr. Jacob Siegrist, Miss Lauren Driver, Miss Loraligh Waters, and Miss Stevie Wright.

Members of the Tri-Village National Honor Society at their regularly scheduled meeting. Thanks to TV NHS members for their hard work and dedication to the community.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2020/12/web1_Tri-Village-NHS-Operation-Christmas-Cheer.jpgMembers of the Tri-Village National Honor Society at their regularly scheduled meeting. Thanks to TV NHS members for their hard work and dedication to the community. Provided photo

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