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Service Learning Club

Submitted by scott.buck on Mon, 09/29/2014 - 13:57
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By: Brooklyn Jackman

Diamond Fork Junior High has a Service Learning Club that meets every Tuesday after school in the lunch room. The school started this club to serve the community and give kids the opportunity to serve outside of school. An average of 15 kids join the club and about eight come every week. The kids who join this club are caring and love to serve. 

The club will run over 31 weeks this school year. Club members visit the Spanish Fork Rehab Center and Legacy House to talk to the residents and keep them company. They also gather food, money, and clothes to donate to Tabitha’s Way. This year all of the food and money from Diamond Fork’s Food Drive was donate to Tabitha’s Way. To learn more about the service learning club go to:

http://dfjhs.nebo.edu/content/nebo-4-h-afterschool-program