Inaugural Kindness Club meeting takes place


Bailey Nelson

Members made cards for different people.

Chloe Bishop, Staff Writer

After many rescheduled meetings due to snow days, the first Kindness Club meeting took place in room 204 after school Tuesday.

“The purpose is to create an environment where people promote kindness and to positively connect students through random acts of kindness,” said junior club president Bailey Nelson.

Meetings will continue to take place the third Thursday of every month. Members were given bracelets to wear around school to promote the club and later will be asked to sell them to other students for $1.

At the first meeting, members made cards for teachers, children in hospitals, and the military. The next meeting is Feb. 15.

“We are going to have in school projects and outside of school projects like community service,” said Bailey.