The Plymouth High School Wrestling Team stamped Valentine boxes and cut out paper hearts at Project Angel Hugs
Posted February 10, 2020
Plymouth School District students made hundreds of valentines for Project Angel Hugs to send to children throughout the United States who have cancer.
The Plymouth High School Wrestling Team stamped Valentine boxes and cut out paper hearts at the Project Angel Hugs office. In addition, several Plymouth High School classes and student groups made valentines for the organization, including:
In addition, Horizon Elementary School students made valentines to send to Maj. Bill White, a 104-year-old Marine from California who requested valentines. Mr. Borgenhagen, a retired Marine from Plymouth, picked up the valentines to send along with others he has collected.
The PHS Peers for Peers club is offering Singing Valentines on Thursday Feb. 13 to benefit student Isaiah Gravelle-Manning, and the Help for the Homeless Campaign.
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