Port Clinton High students give stuffed animals to Magruder’s kids

Jun 23, 2021 | Schools | 0 comments

National Honor Society members at Port Clinton donated stuffed animals for children visiting Magruder Hospital. From left to right are NHS Advisor Kathy Miller, Olivia Eickert, Publicity/Historian; Kennedy Adkins, Secretary; and Luke Halsey, President with Magruder Hospital’s Director of Community Outreach, Rachel Fall.

National Honor Society students at Port Clinton High Schools presented Magruder Hospital with more than 150 stuffed animals, which are to be given to children visiting Magruder Hospital for medical treatments.

National Honor Society officers Luke Halsey, President, Kennedy Adkins, Secretary, and Olivia Eickert, Publicity/Historian, along with advisor Kathy Miller, made the presentation to Rachel Fall, Director of Community Outreach at Magruder Hospital. Other NHS projects have included Adopt a Highway, Reading with Santa, Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign, CAP Day (Caring About People), Port Clinton High’s Halloween Spooktacular, and Pen Pals with fifth grade students. Learn more at www.pccsd.net.

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