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CHS donates 337 toys to Tree of Sharing

 

John McCallum

Members of the FBLA and FCCLA clubs pose with some of the toys raised during the Cheney High School holiday toy drive.

Cheney High School students in five clubs combined to donate 337 toys to the Tree of Sharing in a holiday toy drive that concluded last Friday. The drive lasted three weeks, with the winner earning the Toy Drive trophy.

Raising the most and earning the trophy was the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), donating 103 toys and a refurbished computer. The Spanish Club was second with 89, followed by Future Farmers of America (FFA) at 75, Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) at 42 and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) at 27.

“This was a great event for our school and our club members,” FBLA advisor Adam Smith said in a news release. “A huge thank you to all of the advisors who put this event together and to the kids who gave so freely to help those in need during the holiday season.”

Advisors working with Smith on the drive were Jeff Pike (DECA), Allen Skoog (FBLA) and Karlyn Urdahl (FCCLA).

 

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