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HHS Makes Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

Leah Koppenhaver, Reporter

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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 disadvantaged. They all are in need of help from the Trojan community.  

The following donations will be accepted: non-perishable foods, toiletries, new basic clothing items such as underwear, shirts, socks, also baby items including diapers, food, formula, school supplies and Walmart gift cards.

Donations can be made to Mrs. Blosky in room D102, Ms. Licata in E215, or in boxes that have been located in several homerooms. Donations will be collected through September 26th.

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HHS Makes Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort