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Project Meeting - April '21
Hands4Hope - Youth Making A Difference

rolling hills middle school

Our Club

Working together club members created a book to give to 10 year old Carter (and one for his 5 year old sister Ruby) when he got his dream room revealed in February

Our Rolling Hills Club will be helping Sweet Dreams with their next "Build Day" on April 9th! If you know of a child between the age of 2-17 with a life threatening disease or chronic medical condition that threatens their life, please let us know or click on the link above and apply! 

information and links

Club Meeting Location

Mrs. Conforti's Room - G3

2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month

1:15pm - 2:15pm

Main Club Contact

Kathy Gerstle

kgerstle@hands4hopeyouth.org

530-391-0633

Teacher Advisor

Mrs. Conforti

21/22 leadership

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Jordan DeLeon - President

Avary McBrayer - Vice President

Carissa Pham - Secretary/Treasurer

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Rolling Hills Middle School

Club projects

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Healthcare  

Appreciation Project-Spring '21

Marshall Hospital Healthcare Workers

In appreciation for service to the community during the pandemic, the club created a spring project to honor medical personnel at Marshall Hospital. After consulting with hospital administration, they made 200 homemade treats and thank you notes to include in goodie bags for the vaccination clinic staff.

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Holiday Gifts Bags for Seniors-

Fall '20

Powerhouse Ministries

Feeling compassion for local seniors who were shut in during the pandemic or struggling financially, the club partnered with Powerhouse Ministries to collect 140 items such as warm throw blankets and necessities like bath products to be included in large holiday gift bags.  Often these bags are the only gifts these seniors receive during the holidays, so the club added over 30 heartfelt cards to help spread joy.

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Roos Wraps for Infants - Winter 2022

Sweet Dreams Foundation

Club members decided to partner with Sweet Dreams Foundation this year in two different ways. One was wrapping and making note cards to insert to Roos Wraps. Sweet Dream gives these 3-in-1 wraps designed to for babies who are premature, battling a life threatening illness, diagnosed with flat head or container syndrome, or any syndrome that delays development at no cost to those who need them.