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Student Council Members Work at Habitat for Humanity Homes
On Saturday, April 21, 2012, Tom Daniels’ Elementary Student Council Members put shovels and hands to work at the local Habitat for Humanity Homes. Volunteers dug in to assist with yard cleanup in preparation for new family move-ins, to include weed pulling, rock stacking and trash pick-up. Tom Daniels’ students have volunteered with the Habitat organization for three years.
Pictured left to right are: Elijah Montague, 5th Grade; Darian Medran, Student Council President, 5th Grade; Tess Werckle, 5th Grade; Ja’Shayla Osborne, 2nd Grade; and Jake Castillo, 3rd Grade. In the second photo clockwise from left to right are: Tito Lozano, father of Darian Medran, Ja’Shayla Osborne, Faith Mooney, 5th grade; and Katie Hindman, 2nd grade.
“I have great hope for the future after seeing the kind of character and effort these students possess,” said Marilyn Mitchell, Tom Daniels Elementary Challenge Lab Teacher. “I am certain they will continue to serve the community in the future based on their demonstrated leadership, caring, and giving hearts!”
“Volunteering locally builds a sense of pride and membership in the community,” said Amy Billeiter, Principal of Tom Daniels Elementary. “We are proud of our students for giving their time to help with such a worthwhile organization.”
Habitat for Humanity Kerr County was established in 1989 and is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, an ecumenical Christian housing ministry. Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing decent affordable homes to Kerr County low-income individuals and families.