LHS art students give to HELP House


London High School Art IV students took to heart the Christmas spirit before dismissal for the holidays. Sacrificing their own lunch periods and study halls, they moved table to table to ask fellow students for donations. With the $745 they collected, art teacher Stacey Hallowes accompanied them to Walmart to purchase 70 quality toys to give to H.E.L.P. House’s Christmas Shopping event. From left are: Alyssa Hoffman, Allisyn Carey, Allie Mentzer, and Dee Heilman, H.E.L.P. House director.

London High School Art IV students took to heart the Christmas spirit before dismissal for the holidays. Sacrificing their own lunch periods and study halls, they moved table to table to ask fellow students for donations. With the $745 they collected, art teacher Stacey Hallowes accompanied them to Walmart to purchase 70 quality toys to give to H.E.L.P. House’s Christmas Shopping event. From left are: Alyssa Hoffman, Allisyn Carey, Allie Mentzer, and Dee Heilman, H.E.L.P. House director.


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London High School Art IV students took to heart the Christmas spirit before dismissal for the holidays. Sacrificing their own lunch periods and study halls, they moved table to table to ask fellow students for donations. With the $745 they collected, art teacher Stacey Hallowes accompanied them to Walmart to purchase 70 quality toys to give to H.E.L.P. House’s Christmas Shopping event. From left are: Alyssa Hoffman, Allisyn Carey, Allie Mentzer, and Dee Heilman, H.E.L.P. House director.

London High School Art IV students took to heart the Christmas spirit before dismissal for the holidays. Sacrificing their own lunch periods and study halls, they moved table to table to ask fellow students for donations. With the $745 they collected, art teacher Stacey Hallowes accompanied them to Walmart to purchase 70 quality toys to give to H.E.L.P. House’s Christmas Shopping event. From left are: Alyssa Hoffman, Allisyn Carey, Allie Mentzer, and Dee Heilman, H.E.L.P. House director.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/12/web1_LHSdonation.jpgLondon High School Art IV students took to heart the Christmas spirit before dismissal for the holidays. Sacrificing their own lunch periods and study halls, they moved table to table to ask fellow students for donations. With the $745 they collected, art teacher Stacey Hallowes accompanied them to Walmart to purchase 70 quality toys to give to H.E.L.P. House’s Christmas Shopping event. From left are: Alyssa Hoffman, Allisyn Carey, Allie Mentzer, and Dee Heilman, H.E.L.P. House director. Submitted photo

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