Students donate ‘Toys for Tots’

The Hutto Middle School Honor Society partnered with the Salvation Army for their 2011 “Toys for Tots” drive. The honor society chose “Toys for Tots” as one of their service projects and it was a great success. They involved all of the administrators, teachers, and students in this project by sponsoring two contest, (one for the Most Decorative Box and one for the Most Toys). Pictured from left to right are honor society members Makayla Cooper, Ayline Gabino, and Mrs. Gloria Harrell, Salvation Army Director, Kale Thomas, Arin Harrison, Caitlin Shephard, Tyler Chambliss, Madison Toole, and Mr. Roy Mathews, principal of Hutto Middle School. Hutto Honor Society advisors are Nicole Milline, Tonya Reynolds, Melanie Schlimmer, Dee Waddell, and Marilyn Melton.

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