EHS serves up breakfast for community

Emmett junior football player Lane Poole shows off the one-ton insignia bench his family created as part of the new western entrance to Huskie Field. This Friday’s breakfast is a thank you to recognize many of the community contributors directly to specific projects at EHS or through the many Senior Projects that will be displayed in the 9 a.m. program.

This Friday morning the students at Emmett High are combining efforts to serve up a breakfast for the community that has supported the many activities at the school, with an emphasis on Senior Projects.

Breakfast will be served from 7 – 9 a.m., with the EHS football team providing wait service. The breakfast is being offered as a donation cost only and is open to the entire Emmett community.

Any donations received will be contributed to the costs of many of the projects currently being conducted at the school.

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Projects will also be the topic of a program that will begin at 9 a.m. as this year’s seniors will be presenting the broad range of activities they have chosen for their mandatory Senior Projects. From humanitarian, construction, community service and international outreach efforts to a myriad of campus and community improvement endeavors, seniors will share with the community the results of their efforts. This program is likely to last until about 10:15 a.m.

Many of the projects have received generous support from the community and the seniors devised this Home Team Breakfast as one way to thank supporters. The program on Friday is seen also as an opportunity to inform others of the creative possibilities and effective solutions that Senior Projects can provide for high school seniors and the Emmett community.

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