Annapolis College students Donate Meals and Books to These in Want | Information
Whereas serving to these in want is not unique to the pandemic, highschool college students throughout the area proceed to do their half – and their spirit is spreading.
A workforce of younger adults and different volunteers gathered at Annapolis Excessive College on March 13 within the newest in a collection of surplus meals giveaways in Dearborn Heights. Recipients walked by way of the parking zone on the south aspect of Annapolis Avenue in entrance of the college to obtain meals and masks, in addition to age-appropriate books to mark Nationwide Studying Month.
The scholars represented the Kiwanis Key golf equipment of Annapolis, Edsel Ford and Melvindale Excessive Colleges underneath the management of Renea Anastasia and Mayor Invoice Bazzi, in addition to the Crestwood Nationwide Honor Society. Members of the Cougar Boys’ basketball and baseball groups helped elevate heavy masses, and Dearborn Heights Constable Ali Hammoud was in style with younger guests.
As an added incentive, the Goal retailer on Ford Highway and John Daly donated two bikes to present away on the occasion.
Whereas one other Key Membership youth occasion is quickly underway in northern Dearborn Heights, the Dearborn Heights Rotary Membership is concerned in the same volunteer challenge later this month.
Dearborn Heights Rotarians and Firefighters be part of Taylor Rotarians for a meals drive on March 27 on the Fish & Loaves Group Meals Pantry. They are going to be amassing canned meals and different non-perishable objects from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the nonprofit’s headquarters on Northline close to Beech Daly in Taylor.
Along with Dearborn Heights and Taylor, Fish & Loaves has served much less lucky residents of Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Romulus, Southgate and Woodhaven from its 8,000 sq. foot facility since 2008.