Tigers in Service
Posted Friday, September 27, 2013
They are called Tigers in Service, and the name really says it all. At Loveland High School (LHS) a group of students formed a community volunteer club, and this past Saturday, Sept. 21, they rolled up their sleeves to help Matthew 25 Ministries.
“This is the third year that we have helped at Matthew 25 Ministries,” said Beth Wexler, LHS teacher and Tigers in Service sponsor. “This year our student volunteers were tasked with packaging donated products to prepare them for shipment. Our students prepared 10 pallets of donated goods. Their effort was outstanding.”
Tigers in Service has operated as a student club the past eight years and is open to students in grades 9-12. This year, 50 students registered to volunteer with the club.
“Students are very busy with academics, sports and work – but, each year, they manage to make community service a priority,” said Wexler. “These students are passionate about serving others, and they have the ability to have fun while doing it. They are an inspiration.”
Photo caption (L to R): LHS Students Molly Gannaway (freshman), Courtney Spicer (sophomore), Olivia Henderson (sophomore), Devin Lally (junior), Marissa Witt (sophomore), Joe Hill (junior), Josh Leonard (junior), Olivia Stanton (senior)