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The Day of Service student committee lines up to promote their event.  The Day of Service originated in the year following RB's building referendum.

Killian Elwart

The Day of Service student committee lines up to promote their event. The Day of Service originated in the year following RB's building referendum.

Killian Elwart, Staff Reporter

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Saturday April 26, RB will be hosting its annual Day of Service.  Day of Service is a day dedicated to cleaning up the community.  Students will have a chance to sign up for a project March 10 through March 14 during all lunches.  Students will be able to do projects from cleaning up the Zoo Woods to trash clean up at Riverside Public Works.  Students can look forward to new t-shirts designed by  RB senior Nick Schliep, and Best Buddies will be running a root beer float fundraiser to benefit the Animal Care League.  There will also be some of the same opportunities as last year.

“We will be asking coaches and teams to sign up as a group to work on a specific site, as has been done in years past. Students will be able to choose from many of the same projects that were available last year.  The set up of the day will be similar to last year as well,” said event organizer Patty Young.

 For Day of Service to occur, a group of staff, parents, and kids have been dedicating their time to make sure this event runs smoothly.  These student volunteers include:

Edgar Avalos
Eleni Collis
Alex Escamilla
Angelo Esposito
Brooklyn Hastings
Nick Jepson
Evan Jones
Morgan Kraus
Ezequiel Linares
Max Maher
Rena McCullough
McKenna Powers
Lauren Primer
Austeja Staneviciute

Parent volunteers include:

Dina Sanchez (chair for day of service parent committee)
Kim Bolton
Liz Gomorczak
Sue Hunhdorf-Payne
Mary Judy
Pam Powers
Sue Ripoli
Mary Sloan

Principal Pam Bylsma has donated her time to help as well by attending the weekly meetings.

“A big thank you goes out to them,” Young said.

These volunteers have been spending their time by spreading the word, preparing sign ups, and setting the event up.

By signing up for Day Of Service students can get the sense of satisfaction that comes with volunteer work.  They also, can receive recognition for their time.

“ There are the service hours. Students will be provided with service hour forms at the end of the day,” Young said.

Day of Service Chair Dina Sanchez hopes to match last year’s enthusiasm.

“Students, parents and staff were all full of energy and motivated to help out [last year]. Hopefully the teams and individuals that missed out last year will sign up again,” she said.

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Killian Elwart, Staff Reporter
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Killian Elwart isn’t just a normal girl who walks through the halls of Riverside Brookfield High School, she’s also a mind reader. This comes in handy when trying to get breaking news, that isn’t necessarily supposed to be out yet. With this super amazing power, she’s able to get the real truth, fast and furiously. Elwart hopes in this first year of Clarion that this power will make her come out on top.

Killian Elwart, class of 2016, is a Sophomore here at Riverside Brookfield High School. She enjoys playing multiple sports, such as soccer, basketball and tennis, with the goal of become a twelve sport athlete her senior year. She is also involved in SA.

Killian can be reached at [email protected]

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