FCCLA members Emma Gran and Carson Hainy are shown at the elementary school in front of the food pantry and cold weather item trees.The third tree, the Angel Tree is located at Jensen's True Value.

Among the many service-oriented projects that WSHS FCCLA students are spearheading during the holidays are three trees aimed at giving to those in need of food, cold weather items and children who otherwise may not receive a Christmas gift.   

The Senior FCCLA Chapter has two trees at the elementary school. One tree is to collect items for the food pantry and the other tree is to collect cold weather items (caps, mittens, scarfs, warm socks, etc) for adults and children across the community. FCCLA students  ask that the public bring items to donate. These could be brought to the holiday concert or dropped off at other times.

The Angel Tree is located at Jensen’s True Value this year. Community members may select a child from the tree and purchase a gift for that child. The gifts should be brought to the high school by Friday, December 18.