Mitten and Scarf Tree

By: Glen Thompson

As the cold weather approaches and looms over, we are all feeling the to-the-bone freeze that has come over Ohio. Many of us have the luxury of going home to a warm house, or when we go outside, we all have thick coats, hats, scarves, and mittens. A lot of people don’t have the privilege of staying warm in cold weather, so to help those in need this season, National Honor Society has put up their annual mitten and scarf tree. Until the 18th of December, you can exchange a tag on the tree for the item that was written on the tag. Anyone is allowed to participate and can find the tree in the hallway parallel to the office. All donations will go to students at Arlington. Please give and help our students stay warm in winter weather!

 

 

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