Middle School’s Club Live collects donations | TahoeDailyTribune.com

Middle School’s Club Live collects donations

Dan Thrift / Tahoe Daily Tribune / Teacher Syd Brown's second period class won the contest for most items collected for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

South Tahoe Middle School Club Live collected personal necessity items for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

These items were collected during the month of December to be distributed to the more than 105 clients at Christmas. More than 1,800 items were collected.

Club Live sponsored a classroom competition to help encourage donations.

The winning class was teacher Syd Brown’s second period. The students won a party featuring doughnuts and hot chocolate.

Acknowledged for their great help in the collection were students Allyssa Lowe, Kelsey Henderson, Jessica Uibel, Kimberly Martinez, Becca Sanders and Tristan Karkheck.

Club Live promotes a healthy lifestyle, free of drugs, alcohol and tobacco.

For more information contact advisor Larry Lambdin at (530) 541-6404, ext. 219.

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