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3rd annual Walk for Clean Water surpasses goal

From left to right, sophomores, Leah Koppenhaver, Katherine Clark, Claire Sheppard, and Olivia Bratton, stand in front of the Thirst Project car. The Thirst Project has raised money to build 1,754 wells in 13 countries to save a total of 285,599 lives. (Broadcaster/Clare Canavan)

Clare Canavan, Copy Editor

April 18, 2018

Hershey High School hosted its third annual Walk for Clean Water on Sunday, April 6, 2018. The Walk for Clean Water raises money for the Thirst Project to build wells in developing countries. The walk was run by Hershey High School KEY Club, a community service club. The president of KEY Club, Lydia Gould, senior at ...

What to Expect From the 3rd Annual Walk for Water

Pictured is a brief layout of the wells that the Thirst Project builds with the help and donations raised from walks all around the country. Five of these wells have been built thanks to donations raised from Hershey’s Walk for Water. (Photo courtesy of Walk for Clean Water)

Halle Burk, Layout Manager

April 3, 2018

The Walk for Water has provided clean water for millions of people, and Hershey High School plans to increase those numbers. On Sunday April 8th, Hershey High School will hold the third annual Walk for Water, organized by Key Club, which benefits the Thirst Project, an organization that builds water w...

The Walk for Clean Water Returns to HHS

(Walk for Clean Water/Michael Miller)

Carly Carrasco, Reporter

March 22, 2017

Six hundred sixty three million people around the globe lack one of the necessities of life: clean water. Hershey High School will hold the second annual Walk for Clean Water on April 9. This event is a student-led effort to make clean water available for communities around the world. Join the walk ...

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...

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)

March 14, 2016

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 w...

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