XHS Students Making a Big Impact

Gift Bags Delivered to Local Cancer Patients
Xenia High School students making a big impact! On December 13 members of Student Council delivered gift bags to cancer patients at four local hospitals: Soin Medical Center, Dayton Children's Hospital, Kettering Medical Center, and Miami Valley Hospital South. This is the eighth year for the service project. When it began, they delivered 32 bags - through an outpouring of donations they were able to create and deliver 211 bags this year! The bags contain resourceful items cancer patients can use during their chemotherapy treatments, such as candy, gum, word search puzzles and games, hats, gloves, and blankets. Students collected funds and donations for the baskets from their fellow students and from local businesses.

Check out the WDTN-TV story that aired - students Lorean Napper and Trey Cline did a fantastic job with their interview: https://www.wdtn.com/…/xenia-students-make-care-…/1658515534 

Members of Xenia High School's Student Council Executive Board pose in front of a tree in the Soin Medical Center lobby before delivering the gift bags. The Executive Board is made up of students from all classes: Lorean Napper, Isabel Tettau, Heidi Alex, Carsyn Siefert, Trey Cline, Sam Lockwood, Matthew Griesmeyer, Jacob Stickle, Emily Bocock, Sarah Bogan, Cassidy Coonrod, Gracee Martin, Nate Saner, and Gary Henry, with photgrapher Ben Gagliano. Advisors are Charlese Rose and Debb Dunteman with Chaperones Bill Richey and Bob DeLong.

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