Freshmen and Seniors Give Back

CHC Day of Service

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Freshmen and Seniors Give Back

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Each year at Cape Henry, the freshman and senior class members are tasked with entering the community and giving back in any way that they choose. The purpose of this day is to serve others and establish relationships within the community. In one day, Cape Henry scatters throughout the Virginia Beach community and makes a difference in as many ways as possible.

The peer leaders teamed up with the freshmen to go to 5 different places. Mr. Rudolph’s freshman group with peer leaders Caleb Choe, Jared Gordon, Caroline Cashion, and Amberly Butler traveled to the 1st street Jetty and Grommet Island Park to clean up the environment.

Mr. Torch’s freshman advisory with peer leaders Merry Jiang, Peter Pan, and Nicole Rychagov went to Brock Environmental Center to help with Oyster Restoration.

Mrs. Wong, Dr. Perkins, and Mrs. Burke’s advisories along with peer leaders Brett Dudley, Danny Banister, Lauren Matacunas, Caroline Estes, Aiden Kuhle, Jack Praver, Lauren Coreas, and Madisen Patrick traveled to CHKD Norfolk to create goodie bags for the children in the hospital.

Mrs. Erbig’s advisory with peer leaders George Selamaj, Quinn Glovier, and Jamie Friedman helped out in the St. Mary’s community.

Mrs. Martin’s freshman group with peer leaders Elena Duncan, John Ermini, and Tucker Bruner went to PIN ministries to work on separating clothing.

Mrs. Fluharty’s advisory with peer leaders Alexandra Land, Grace Fluharty, and Konrad Keenan traveled to the Achievable Dream Academy and read to children to help brighten their day.

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