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George Bush High School's National Honor Society volunteers to help Houston families in need
Students from Fort Bend ISD's George Bush National Honor Society partner with non-profit, Tied to Solutions, to help feed Houston's needy this Thanksgiving Holiday.
By: Key PR Group
Bush High School's National Honor Society, sponsored by teacher Frances Sisemore, is doing their part in giving back to the community by participating in this year's 1st annual "Meaning of Thanks-GIVING"
Tied to Solution's event will provide a minimum of 30 needy families all the ingredients necessary to create a Thanksgiving feast in the comfort of their own homes; however, this can not be made possible without the help of the Greater Houston community. Join Tied to Solutions and the members of Bush's National Honor Society to make this Thanksgiving a special day for families in need. From the turkey and the dressing to the cranberry sauce and dinner rolls, your donations are greatly needed.
To find out how you can make a donation or nominate a family for a "Thanks-GIVING"
For more information about Ft. Bend's George Bush High School and its National Honor Society organization, please visit the school's website at http://campuses.fortbendisd.com/
What: 1st Annual "Meaning of Thanks-GIVING"
Who: Tied to Solutions (501c3) & George Bush High School National Honor Society
When: Sunday, November 11, 2011 (basket preparation and delivery)
Where: St. Mary's United Methodist Church
6731 Scott Street Houston, TX 77021
Page Updated Last on: Nov 08, 2011