MANTI—Manti High School Student Government was able to spread Christmas cheer with their first Christmas Tree Service Project with the help of the student body.
“We were able to help five families within Ephraim and Manti,” Assistant Principal Josh Palmer said.
Each family was given a decorated tree along with gifts for all the children in the home Palmer said. The 28 student government officers wrapped and organized the gifts and with faculty members delivered the trees on Friday, Dec. 17, to the families.
Each grade at the high school oversaw decorating a tree and finding gifts for the children listed on each tree.
“The whole student body and staff at MHS have helped to make this service project,” Janalee Worthington, Student government advisor said.
Worthington said that Christensen Arms, Custom Electric and Ace Hardware also helped by donating to the cause.
Serving families in the area and involving the whole student body at MHS really helped to bring the spirit of Christmas into the school.