Bulldog Day of Community Service

By Eugenia Cardinale, Editor-in-Chief

The CHS’ Students Promoting Integrity, Character, and Enthusiasm (SPICE) Club held the Bulldog Day of Community Service Nov. 22.
SPICE Club was founded two years ago to replace a branch of the PTSA called the Character Education and Student Life Committee.
“Our aim is to lift the spirits of the CHS population,” senior and SPICE Club member Matthew Tiberino said.
The day of community service encourages CHS students to give back to the less fortunate. This is the first time in several years that it was held.
“The Bulldog Day of Community service is a day in which we bring the CHS community together to acknowledge our surroundings and give back to those in need,” Tiberino said. “We will host activities in which students will make decorations in hopes of bringing some holiday cheer to those who are less fortunate than we are.”
Students were able to earn SSL Hours by participating in various activities such as making cards, paper fortune cookie, fortune tellers, snowflake, scrunchies and friendship bracelets. All the arts and crafts made was donated to cancer patients at the Children’s Inn at NIH.