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Cheney High School FBLA Conducts Successful Holiday Service Project

The Cheney FBLA chapter completed a successful community service project that included steps of collecting donations of presents from students and the community, inviting families in need of assistance with gifts this holiday season, and then hosting a “shopping” event where parents and families were able to choose gifts and get them wrapped for free.
During the two-week project club members were able to gather donated presents at the Cheney Craft Fair, in Cheney High School classes, and at donation locations throughout the Cheney School District. The gift drive had a theme to Fill Santa’s Trailer which was parked in front of the school during the event. In addition to gifts, during the drive, the chapter received over $680.00 in cash donations which were used to purchase gifts. In total, the chapter’s project was able to gather over 750 gifts that were given out to over 100 Cheney School District families and reached over 250 children.
The project was led by the Community Service team of Charlie Rajewski, Mika Corniel, and Emme Murry. In total, 25 members participated in the project and the chapter had its work featured on KHQ’s news on Friday night December 16.