Honor Society Members give back Through Service Projects


Photo by Faith Stuhlsatz

Junior Natalie Doffing makes cinnamon rolls to raise money for their NHS service project. She and senior Faith Stuhlsatz ended up with a total of 31 and half dozen batches.

Written by Madison Mishler, staff member

Every Conway Springs Honor Society member is required to do at least one service project. There are a few traditional service projects that are done, like Pennies for Patients, letters from Santa written to the elementary students, and the Angel Tree project. Other students decided to do projects such as hygiene drives and coat drives.

Senior Reghan Ohl and junior Grace Bender chose to host a Krispy Kreme donut fundraiser to raise money for future honor society projects. 

“It’s a tradition we have had for several years now,” Ohl said. “I feel like everyone enjoys a Krispy Kreme donut every once in a while, and volleyball doesn’t do it anymore.”

Junior Haylee Osner made Thanksgiving meals for 27 people. To pay for them, Osner used money she had won from a display contest.

“[For my service project] I gave free Thanksgiving meals to families around the local communities,” Osner said. “I wanted to help the people that didn’t go to the local mission mart.” 

Senior Faith Stuhlsatz and junior Natalie Doffing are collecting books and raising money to be able to send them over to Africa. The two will continue collecting books until they have 1,000.

“We are doing a cinnamon roll sale to raise money. The money we raise is to pay for shipping,” Doffing said. “I heard about it from my aunt because she does missionary work, and my sister did the same project.”