Student group promotes service

Emmy Furman, Ad Manager

National Honor Society is a club that is dedicated to service and helping others. Students at BHS who are in NHS, spend time doing projects for others.

   According to club sponsor Donna Bolen, the club is based off of the four pillars: character, leadership, service, and scholarship.

   There are 40 members of NHS. The officers are seniors Seth Jarvis, president, Caedon Berkenmeier, secretary, Sam Griffin, treasurer, Trevin Myers, StuCo, and Jacob Dugar, vice president.

   The club meets once a month to discuss their upcoming activities.

   Some of these activities have included in the past:  making and selling boo bags, tutoring at the elementary school, highway cleanup, Adopt-a-Family, NHS induction ceremony, working the book fair.

   Seth said, “We always try to do community service as best as we can, but it is harder to do it this year because everything is getting canceled.”

   NHS also does an annual dinner theater field trip. With this year being so unforeseen, the trip may not happen, but NHS still continues to return favors to its community.