Community Service Day

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Community Service Day

Talking with an elderly woman at the hair salon, senior Karlis Mendoza volunteers at Vintage Park. “The whole time was so awesome,” Mendoza said. “I lost my grandma a year and a half ago, so being around grandmas makes me feel closer to her.”

Talking with an elderly woman at the hair salon, senior Karlis Mendoza volunteers at Vintage Park. “The whole time was so awesome,” Mendoza said. “I lost my grandma a year and a half ago, so being around grandmas makes me feel closer to her.”

Hannah Patterson

Talking with an elderly woman at the hair salon, senior Karlis Mendoza volunteers at Vintage Park. “The whole time was so awesome,” Mendoza said. “I lost my grandma a year and a half ago, so being around grandmas makes me feel closer to her.”

Hannah Patterson

Hannah Patterson

Talking with an elderly woman at the hair salon, senior Karlis Mendoza volunteers at Vintage Park. “The whole time was so awesome,” Mendoza said. “I lost my grandma a year and a half ago, so being around grandmas makes me feel closer to her.”

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Rolling up a carpet, students serve Habitat for Humanity at ReStore, a discount home improvement store that collects and sells items to fund Habitat for Humanity’s goal of providing homes to low-income families.

Hannah Patterson
Talking with an elderly woman at the hair salon, senior Karlis Mendoza volunteers at Vintage Park. “The whole time was so awesome,” Mendoza said. “I lost my grandma a year and a half ago, so being around grandmas makes me feel closer to her.”

Hannah Patterson
Volunteering at Vintage Park, seniors Sheridan Hoy, Bella Bade and Ella Ciochon paint an elder’s nails. “My favorite part was just getting to know them,” Bade said. “I loved watching how much they enjoyed the attention and company.”

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