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HHS Makes Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

Leah Koppenhaver, Reporter

September 15, 2017

Hershey High School (HHS) Key Club is accepting donations in order to aid the Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) Houston High School in Houston, Texas after the devastating effects from Hurricane Harvey. KIPP Houston High School has 600 students; nearly 86 percent of the students are economically d...

HHS Key Club Gives Knowledge about Community Service to Fellow Students

On Friday, October 7th, 2016. 
HHS Junior, Laney Herndon 
enjoys a snack from the session
while writing her letter to a veteran.
Herndon decided later to join
Key Club for the remainder of the
year. (Molly Glus/ Broadcaster)

Molly Glus, Reporter

October 7, 2016

Give back, make people smile, and have a little fun while doing it. According to Webmaster Adam Paymer, Hershey High School’s Key Club wants to do just that. HHS Key Club works with the community and other Key Club’s around the country to take part in service projects to help out all around th...

Walk for Clean Water Fundraiser Exceeds Goal

HHS students hold up the total amount of money raised for the water well in Swaziland, Africa. 100% of the funds go to helping clean water projects. (Broadcaster/Bella D’Adderio)

April 20, 2016

By: Irene Ciocirlan with additional photos by Bella D'Adderio Hershey High School’s first Walk for Clean Water was a success on Sunday, April 10, 2016. $17,579.49 was raised to fund a clean water well for an impoverished village in Swaziland. According to Michael Miller, HHS junior and creator of ...

Key Club Sells Pinwheels to Aid Child Abuse Prevention

Teresa Olsen speaks on March 31, 2016. She is the Director for Prevent Child Abuse PA.  (Broadcaster/Echo Rogers)

April 15, 2016

By: Echo Rogers Pinwheels represent childhood happiness. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. That’s why during the month of April, Key Club will be selling pinwheels in the Hershey High School cafeteria to raise money to prevent child abuse. The fundraiser will also be held in the middle a...

HHS’ Key Club organizes “Walk for Clean Water”

April 7, 2016

By: Jenny Kim Four miles doesn't seem very far.  But try walking it every day just to get clean water. Just under four miles is the average distance a person in a developing country must walk to get water.  The Hershey High School Key Club is hosting a 3.75 mile Walk for Clean Water even...

HHS MiniTHON set to ‘Dance Through the Decades’

Azelin Thompson and Caroline Sinz pose for a photo on March 11, 2016. Thompson attended last year’s MiniTHON.  (Broadcaster/ Hannah Gundermann)

March 11, 2016

By: Bella D’Adderio, photos by Hannah Gundermann With MiniTHON less than 24 hours away, HHS students prepare for a packed night of activities to help support the Four Diamonds Fund.  With $15,000 already raised before the night has even started, there’s still a lot of money needed to reach the o...

Varsity Basketball Players Dominate Rec All-Stars in Charity Game

Dylan Painter, wearing the white jersey, drives the ball to the basket with Jon Sickler, right, on his tail. Hershey’s varsity team beat the Rec. All Stars 106-66 on Wednesday March 5, 2016. (Broadcaster/Brandon Hill)

March 9, 2016

By: Brandon Hill Hershey’s varsity boys basketball team defeated the Recreation All-Stars, 106-66 on Wednesday March 5, 2016 in a charity game to benefit the HHS MiniTHON Four Diamonds Fund. The star players of the charity game were Dylan Painter, the 6’11 center for Hershey Basketball ...

Hershey defeats LD in staff charity basketball game

Pete Steelman finishes his drive past an LD defender as Brendan Hensel watches the play. (3/3) (Broadcaster/ Robert Sterner)

February 18, 2016

By: Anthony Barrett Photos: Robert Sterner Hershey High School teachers defeated Lower Dauphin High School teachers in a faculty charity basketball game 54-46 on Wednesday, February 17, 2016.  It was the first year of the event which supports The Four Diamonds Fund. 1,104 tickets were sold, ...

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