Senior Ty Howell is one of three enterprising students who founded Friends of Feed My Starving Children. Sixty-one students participated in the club's latest one-night effort.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Have you heard about Lisle High School's latest service club? The Friends of Feed My Starving Children formed earlier this school year, and has seen great strides in its numbers in just a few short months. Friends of Feed My Starving Children works to benefit its affiliate organization, Feed My Starving Children, through both volunteer work and fundraising. The service group began with the efforts of students Robbie Dean, Jake Haseltine, and Ty Howell. You may remember their trip to Feed My Starving Children’s Aurora facility in October, where they assisted in packing 6,680 meals for adolescents around the world! The group got even more physical with their efforts in February, this time by sponsoring a three-on-three basketball tournament …
Last week a handful of LSHS seniors banded together to help out at Feed My Starving Children as part of a new school club.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Some Lisle High School seniors recently gave up their Halloween evening to help those in need, according to an article on the Lisle District 202 website. Friends of Feed My Starving Children is a new service club at the school, where students perform volunteer work with Feed My Starving Children in Aurora. FMSC ships nutrient-rich food to children around the world, and last week Lisle students helped them pack 6,680 meals. Friends of Feed My Starving Children is headed by Ty Howell, Jake Haseltine, and Robbie Dean; members who attended the activity include Ty Howell, Jake Haseltine, Robbie Dean, Ryan Twaddle, Kayla Hanley, Kaelin Laue, Anita Urban, Becky Fuys, Nicholas Olson, Dylan Sinn, Drew Martin, Bryce Conrad, and Parker Murray, …