3 things to know for November 30: Toys for Tots, Volunteers Needed, Bethany College

Photo by Dan Gleiter

Photo by Dan Gleiter

1. Toys for Tots

The officers of the Spanish and French Honor Societies are organized a Toys for Tots drive. The boxes will be located in the front lobby of the high school from December 1st until the 17th. Please donate unused/new toys only.

2. KIND Closet Volunteers Needed

The KIND closet needs volunteers Wednesday and Thursday this week from 3:00 until 5:00 PM. This is a great community service opportunity and a way to give back to your community this holiday season. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Smolleck.

3. Bethany College

Bethany College is here today to meet with juniors and seniors during homeroom. If interested, please sign up using the Counseling Office Google Classroom.


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(PennLive) – State Representative Thomas Mehaffie III (R-Dauphin), who represents Hershey, told WHTM Channel 27 he will introduce legislation to name the Hershey’s Kiss as Pennsylvania’s state candy.

He said the idea came from a Newtown Middle School eighth grade class who was working on a social studies civics project. The Bucks County students wanted to pick a state candy and came up with the iconic foil-wrapped Kisses.

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Keith Butler has never designed or called  a defense in his entire time as Steelers defensive coordinator.

Says NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala, which sheds some light on the Steelers coaching situation. Of course, it’s 100% rooted in rumor – but Kinkhabwala has no motivation to lie about it. So, who is running the ship then?

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(CNN) – Dollar Tree said last week that it will permanently raise prices by 25% on the majority of its products. Dollar Tree has already made the change at some stores and will roll out the new prices to all of its nearly 8,000 US stores by the first quarter of next year. In addition to new signs at stores alerting customers of the change, Dollar Tree will run advertising and train store staff on how to handle customers confused about why prices aren’t $1 anymore.