The high school’s chapter of the National Honor Society has delivered hundreds of items to Garnet Medical Center in Middletown, collected as part of the district’s “Going Gold” initiative to support advocacy and awareness efforts tied to September’s National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
NHS students took the leadership role in overseeing the initiative and collection efforts in the school buildings.
“Our National Honor Society students thank everyone for their very generous donations,” said advisor Dolores Lombardo. “Your involvement inspires our NHS students to do even more for our school community and the greater Minisink Valley community. Our students were proud to present the collected donations to Garnet Medical Center and are confident their young patients will enjoy your thoughtful kindness.”
Garnet’s pediatric staff will handout coloring books, crayons and other donated items to patients with the intention of brightening their hospital stay.