Campion students took a day off from school to work around Loveland, helping neighbors and local organizations last Friday.
Every semester the students take a day off for community service, sharing God’s character through acts of kindness to their neighbors. Students participated in projects including picking up trash on the highways, sorting donations at Habitat for Humanity, promoting Eden Valley’s new store, cleaning the lodge at Glacier View Ranch, and working at other on-campus projects.
The students that stayed on campus, worked on cleaning and maintenance projects at our school, the church, and HMS Richards School. Lucas Ramos, junior, explained, “Even though we stayed here and worked, I always enjoy working maintenance and helping Mr. Kluchesky fix stuff to help our school.”
One of the groups went to Habitat for Humanity to help them to organize clothes and complete other tasks that they needed at the thrift store. Rodolfo Segawa, junior, shared that he enjoyed the day, saying, “Being able to help them organize their store made me feel good, and I am glad that I could help.”
Eriane Saraiva commented, “As my first community service day, I really enjoyed taking a day off from school and helping people that needed me. Doing those different things made my day better.”
Pedro Vieira Student News Team
The Junior Bible class took their biannual field trip down to HMS Elementary to study the Bible with the younger students. The Junior Bible students reinforced their lessons with fun activities like a blind fold to emphasize the need for help from others, legos to build Neiamiah’s wall, and playdough snowmen to illustrate the Trinity.