06 April 2017
Kids these days.
Close to 1,000 Fluvanna County High School (FCHS) students spent Friday (March 31) spreading mulch, packaging meals, cutting up plastic bags for mats for the homeless, helping residents with building projects, and more.
It was the second year for Hands On Fluvanna – a day of giving planned by the Student Government Association (SGA) and Interact Club.
In one day, students donated 4,800 hours of service to their community.
Early Friday morning, SGA Vice President Maddie Garrett put the finishing touches on the plan that started at the beginning of the school year.
She eyed the dark skies outside the cafeteria window. Rain poured down and lightning flashed.
Everyone knew the projects would happen rain or shine.Add a comment