Adams’ National Honor Society hosts ‘Day of Sustainability’
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - Adams High School’s National Honor Society hosted a “Day of Sustainability” on Sunday to raise funds for Unity Gardens.
Each year, the student organization puts on a spring and fall project. This year, they decided to go with an environmental theme.
“We’ve all been assigned a different committee as part of this project,” said Eavan Kelly, vice president of Adams High School’s National Honor Society. “So, that has involved working with the other NHS members to try to decide what they think would be fun ideas.”
With the help of Unity Gardens, Adams High School had a mini farmers market of sorts — which included a pottery sale, a thrift store, and even a “pie your teacher in the face.”
“What we’ve done is John Adams (High School) has set up this fundraiser for Unity Gardens and for the community,” said Qaiden Redmond, intern at Unity Gardens. “We’re trying to raise some money to do some different things around our garden and to help around the community.”
All funds raised Sunday will go to Unity Gardens to help further their mission. If you want to lend a hand, just go to unitygardens.org.
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