Shawn Harper shared with students how he disproved doubters many times.
Day of activities included breakfast for teachers, paying for groceries and deliveries to village shut-ins.
“The day is all about making a difference and brightening someone’s day.”
10-hour event raised nearly $9,950 for the Children’s Miracle Network.
Lead, serve, inspire the world.
Teen Leadership Corps was created by St. Paul graduate, the late Mary Ann Creamer.
Boxes for donated new socks are at all Edison school buildings and the Edison and Berlin Heights libraries.
All the tabs from Teen Leadership Corps classes will be donated to Ronald McDonald House Charities and divided between the Cleveland and Toledo chapters.
Teen Leadership Corps event raised more than $15,200 this year.
Spaghetti dinner will be March 4 in the Monroeville school cafeteria.
“I think bullying is bothering people and being mean.”
“I thought it would be pretty cool working with younger students,” said Willard High School senior Gerron Poston.
“If we raise $10,000, Mr. (Pigman will get Tased by the Norwalk police.“