Clinton-Massie Students Making a Difference
In 2010, a group of Clinton-Massie High School students wanted to make a difference in their community. They wanted to give something back, to extended a helping hand, and four years later, that hand continues to reach out to the community offering a little extra to those in need.
On average, the food pantry serves 30 to 40 families each month; however, during the holiday season that number increases. In November, the pantry set a new record serving 67 families.
As the December give out comes to a close, emotions are high. There is an excitement in the air for a job well done in serving the 43 families who reached out for a little extra help through the holidays.
There’s just something special about making a difference, and that something special at Clinton-Massie is the dedication of the students and those who support them.