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Winter Wishes 2013
Winter Wishes is an activity to spread kindness and the spirit of giving throughout our school and community. Each SHS student and staff has the opportunity to make one wish for themselves and two wishes for others. Wishes can be anything from a favorite morning drink or snack, to a needed warm jacket for the winter season, to recognizing someone simply for who they are and what they have done. Students, teachers, parents, community members, and local businesses are invited to join in this project to make sure that our goal of every student having one wish granted becoming a reality!
SHS students every year raise thousands of dollars for their community through their annual Food Drive, Community Dinner, and Benefit Night besides other amazing projects like Blood Drives, work with the Senior Center, and many more. This is a great project to celebrate each other and take care of one another during this winter season. For more information about Winter Wishes and how you can donate see the information link below in Student Activities section of the website. If you would like to grant any wish you can either drop off your wish inside the main doors of SHS in the guidance office with the wish number that you are granting, or you can drop off one of the most needed items and allow our wish granting team to best use your donation by spreading it to as many students as possible who have not had a wish granted. Needed items for gifts:
Go to the following link online and search the wishes: tinyurl.com/sumnerwinterwishes2013
2013-14 Community Dinner
Sumner High School will be hosting their 9th annual Community Dinner on Saturday December 14th, from 12:00-4:00 pm. The dinner will take place in the Sumner High School Gymnasium. This dinner provides an opportunity for members of our community from all walks of life to experience a holiday dinner and friendly atmosphere. Student volunteers serve a free hot meal to everyone who comes through the doors. There will be family friendly entertainment throughout the night. Also available is a “kids’ corner” with crafts, snacks, a bouncy house, and a visit from Santa, where each child will be given a wrapped present. We hope to see you there!
We need to raise approximately $6,000 to put this dinner on. If you are interested in donating to this event or have a connection to a business that could help you can drop off your donation at the Sumner High School office. Tax identification number is available upon request
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