Eden Township gets helping hands
May 2, 58 students from Mohawk High School who attend Sentinel Career and Technology Center brought their community service skills to Eden Township. They painted, landscaped, laid brick and helped manicure one of our most remote cemeteries. And again, we’re impressed.
A.M. crew — Cole Balliet, Zachery Binau, Autumn Buder, Makala Burks, Bradley Chaffee, Hunter Clouse, Emily Cook, David Daniel, Odessa Harrington, Chelsea Higgins, Baylee Holman, Logan Hurley, Alex Kelbley, Hayden King, Rose May, Robert McDermott, Shaylin Miller, Nichole Morter, Ashley Ohl, Jonathan O’Millian, Vanessa Parlier, Taylor Pennington, Brenton Pettry, Jason Raypole, Kolton Riley, Jared Vargo and Ethan VonBlon.
P.M. crew — Alisa Beckett, Jenna Boden, Kaylee Collet, Jordan Drake, Austin England, Kya Gillig, Abigail Glover, Noelle Grasley, Jackalyn Hamilton, Ericka Hummel, Garret Kelly, MacKenzie Kelly, Alexzander Lachner, Amber Laney, Aleah Lawson, Kedryk Leeth, Joshua Lorann, Zachary Martin, Morgyn Mulholand, Hayden Nye, Autumn Parrott, Samantha Shaffer, Bryce Sheets, Abbigayle Sheward, Allison Staib, Devon Stock, Olivia Wagner, Cole Widmer, Theresa Zeigler and Jamie Zender.
Sentinel teachers — Nichole England, Scott Gilbert and Kristie Theis.
Township supervisors — Tracy Meisner, Gary Scheid and Sharon Shellhouse.
A big thank you to everyone involved. A special thank you to Kristie and Nicole for setting this up.
Eden Township Board of Trustees