Leaping into Service

Greenhill student Amna Kaiser eats lunch with a first-grader at the Wesley-Rankin Community Center.

Greenhill School knows how to make that extra February day really count. Yesterday was Greenhill Upper School’s annual Community Service Day. The students and faculty volunteered with 21 different organizations around the Metroplex. The charities and jobs ranged from painting a mural for the Trinity River Mission to serving lunch at The Stewpot. At the Wesley-Rankin Community Center, students ate lunch with the chatty first-grade children and carefully judged a science fair. Instead of driving to an organization, the Greenhill seniors stayed on campus and hosted students from George Bush Elementary. So how did you spend your leap day?

Imani Chet Lytle

Imani Chet spends most of her time behind the scenes at People Newspapers handling design and marketing tasks, but you can occasionally catch her out and about covering the latest museum openings, musical concerts, and delicious new food menus in the area – and all through her trusty dusty iPhone camera. Catch some of the action on our instagram page: @peoplenewspapers

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