Thirst Project Visits HHS

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Thirst Project Visits HHS

A Thirst Project representative explains the project to a group of Hershey High students on March 7. Students learned how 1 in 9 people only have water available 3.75 miles away. (Broadcaster/Brandon Hill)

A Thirst Project representative explains the project to a group of Hershey High students on March 7. Students learned how 1 in 9 people only have water available 3.75 miles away. (Broadcaster/Brandon Hill)

A Thirst Project representative explains the project to a group of Hershey High students on March 7. Students learned how 1 in 9 people only have water available 3.75 miles away. (Broadcaster/Brandon Hill)

A Thirst Project representative explains the project to a group of Hershey High students on March 7. Students learned how 1 in 9 people only have water available 3.75 miles away. (Broadcaster/Brandon Hill)

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By: Brandon Hill

The Thirst Project foundation visited Hershey High School on Monday, March 7 to inform students on the lack of clean water around the globe. On Sunday, April 10, 2016 from 1:00 – 3:00 P.M. there will be a Walk for Clean Water at HHS to help spread awareness about this problem around the world. HHS Key Club is organizing this event with the goal of raising $12,000. To participate, the registration fee is $20.