On Saturday, November 18 Harbor Day hosted its annual Make a Difference Day event on campus. It was a wonderful day with tons of students, parents, faculty, staff and friends participating in a myriad of activities. Even the dogs from "New Beginnings for Animals" benefited by getting new chew toys (see photo gallery)! Here is a breakdown of everything that was donated or created:
Jesse Rees Foundation Joy Jars: 35 Key chains and 75 cards made
Brownie Bake Sale: $119
Latin club: $140 for baked goods & made 70 booklets for Mbahe school
Boy Scout Mistletoe sales: $175
Pencils for Promise: $295 collected
Snowflakes: 207 made
Blind Children's learning center: 90 tags created
Daisy Scouts color smile: 17 created
Helps International: $100 baked goods and 60 toiletries collected
Paracord bracelets made: 120
Pacific Marine Life: 9 bottle of Tide detergent, 4 bottles of Pedialyte, 4 bottles of Karo Syrup, 40 rolls of toilet paper, and 2 boxes of large trash bags. They sold about 50 bracelets. Gross sales were $260.
Sold 50 bags of pop corn
Sold 60 Hot dogs
Thank you to everyone who participated. A special thank you to Natalie Donahoo and Bahareh Madhi for organizing such a successful event.