Some of our youngest student volunteers spread holiday cheer at Woodland Retirement Community this December! Members of the Horizons Elementary Junior Key Club, led by advisor and music teacher, Jane Stillman, joined Woodland residents for an hour of carols and cookies.
The Horizons Junior Key Club is a group of 4th graders committed to serving once per month at the Thurston County Food Bank or the Woodland Retirement Community. We are so proud of the volunteer spirit these students are sharing with our community!
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