NHS cleans up community highway

Melissa Pierce

Kalee Schietzelt, Staff Writer


A ninja turtles movie disk, someone’s old prom photo, a torn up tarp, dead animal parts. . . these are only some of the things that NHS members found on their highway trash pick up on Oct. 10.

Senior Melissa Pierce reported that NHS members do a highway trash pick up each year after adopting the portion of Hwy. 7 from the swinging bridge to the mile-long bridge.

Service is one of the pillars in NHS, they do these things to help the community.

  “It will make our town look better,” said sponsor Charlene Million. That is why the organization does so many different forms of community service. Some of the other things NHS does for community service are “soldier boxes, cleaning the harbor, and adopt a child for Christmas,” said Pierce.