Boys and Girls Club
Lions Club Halloween Carnival
Rotary's Fish Fry
Downtown Trick or Treat
Chamber of Commerce Banquet
NHS requires members to complete 5 hours of community service a month. It seems that it is easy for some members yet difficult for others. All this is, is helping out your neighbor, your school, your city or your state. Community service is not a what one would do for pay. It should come from the heart and wanting to help others out.
Suggestions for community service could be delivering, Saturday Bread, grading papers, babysitting (w/o pay), teaching Sunday School or Vacation Bible School. More services are helping with the cities various services, organizations or city events.
The student has to be resourceful and find their own services to be completed. Sometimes NHS does some kind of community service together and that could count towards your hours.
Going to the NHS meetings could give you a chance to volunteer for a service that is being offered.