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TKHS Inducts Newest National Honor Society Members

New members inducted this year are Grace Shoobridge, Alexandra Blair, Lauren Lutz, Eden Beyer, Katherine Miller, Tess Scheidel, Megan Hudson, Madison Alverson, Elizabeth Cutlip, Grace Brown, Emma Shea, Jaymee Kars, Maddisen Robirds, Elizabeth Mol, Breann Stahl, Alexis Replogle, Megan Logan, Brain Chesnutt, William Floyd, Erikson Walter, Alyssa Kennedy, Kayla VanGessel, Sydney VanPolen, Samantha Totten, Kylie Adams, Baili Bowers, Andrew Gosson, Collin Miller, Reece Cole, Spencer Irvine, Allyson McNutt, Allison Matison, Braelyn Durkee, Zachary Donker, Samuel Ogrodzinski, Justin Scholten, Carson Dole, Jayden Brewer, Haley DeHaan, Kaitlynn Buirley, Brayden LaJoye, Kyle Smith, Isabella Peters, Trinity Palasek, Jane Replogle, Adam Johanson, David Saindon, Andrew Possett, Sarah Hannapel, Gary Buller, Levi Thaler, Abigail Gray, Hannah Barton, Reegan Edema, Brendan Caswell, Peter Williamson, John Chappelow, and Cass Kramer. 

The NHS is recently completed their annual food drive collecting 1,556 non-perishable food items which will be donated to food pantries at First Baptist Church of Middleville and United Methodist Church in Middleville.

From Nov. 28 to Dec. 9, the NHS students will host a toy drive. Toys (valued at $10 or more) can be dropped off in the TK Schools and Community Library. Toys will be donated through the United Way and delivered to children in Barry County. 

In October, the NHS ran a blood drive at the high school through MI Blood and collected 61 pints of blood. A second blood drive is scheduled for March 24.