Rolling Hills Students Helping Others

  Rolling Hills Elementary has introduced a new service group for students.
  More than 40 students in the fourth and fifth grade have combined to form RH3, or Rolling Hills Helping Hands, and have been involved in various activities in our community.
  The group started out the year with a Free Little Library installed at Moorefield Family Park. This project was generously built and donated by Mr. Mark Zeller. Next, the students decorated placemats that will be delivered with meals provided by the Meals on Wheels program.
  At Halloween, group members participated in a costume parade at Oakwood Village where they shared handmade crafts with the residents. Student members and their parents have been volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank packing boxes and working in the pantry.
  The group also started a hat and glove drive with collection boxes in the school and throughout the community. In the future, RH3 hopes to continue visiting nursing homes, volunteering more at Second Harvest, and assisting others in our community.
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