Congratulations on a great 2015 Hundred Dollar Project, Teams!
Despite windstorms and challenges, 13 great teams have completed the 2015 Hundred Dollar Project! The voting period for finalists opens at 12:01 a.m. on December 5, and closes at 5 p.m. on December 9. One vote per person, per day is allowed. Final results will be determined by a combination of voting results and judge’s scoring, so be sure to vote once per day for your favorite team!
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Ferris Fashion Club purchased fabric to make pillowcases for an organization that provides them to sick children.
The Deer Park High School Key Club raised awareness for leukemia by selling bracelets and ribbons that were during a high school competition.
The Lake City High School HOPE Club started an on-going baked goods fundraiser for the remainder of the school year.
Dogs are Military Veterans Too! created a project that brings awareness to the service that military dogs have given our country.
The StuCo Juniors taught elementary school kids about healthy snacking habits through special art demonstrations.
Tiger Wellness educated LCHS students and teachers about recognizing the signs of struggling individuals.
StuCo Freshmen raised awareness against bullying in middle schools using the Green Dot theme.
Rogers Interact supported Harvest Fest, which benefits all of the eighth grade schools that lead into Rogers High School, proving a safe and fun experience for the children and their parents.
Shadle Park Spirit rallied students in the school to rake leaves and clean up garbage near Shadle Park High School.
StuCo Seniors thanked the fire fighters of Eastern Washington by supplying them with a care package that was delivered in-person.
Hand to Hand found a way to help those in need of a prosthetic hand.
Soup Santas plans to provided a surprise bowl of soup along with a special note to people at school that could use a positive gesture and message.
StuCo Sophomores bought new board games and cards for retirees and spent time getting to know the elders in their community.