Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Members of Lakeview High School's Huskies With Heart presented a banner Monday to the St. Clair Shores Police Department as a way to thank department personnel during National Police Week.
Lakeview High School students presented a banner Monday to the St. Clair Shores Police Department to thank department personnel during National Police Week. Members of the Lakeview High School’s Junior Optimist Club “Huskies with Heart,” who received a $130 donation of returnable bottles and cans this past winter from the St. Clair Shores Police Officers union, made the presentation.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The St. Clair Shores Police Department donated empty bottles and cans to the Lakeview student organization Huskies With Heart.
St. Clair Shores police recently took a collection of cans and bottles from department personnel and made a donation to the Lakeview student-organization Huskies With Heart. St. Clair Shores Community Resource Officer Kevin Kimm said the department donated $131.60 of returnables to the organization. He said the department plans on donating future returnable collections to other service clubs in St. Clair Shores schools.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Student groups from Lakeview Public Schools will be holding a pasta dinner fundraiser tonight to raise funds to assemble 20,000 meal packets for the needy.
Students groups from Lakeview Public Schools will host a "Kids Against Hunger" pasta dinner fundraiser from 6-8 p.m. tonight at the Lakeland Banquet Center. The groups, including Huskies with Heart, Patriots with Pride, and Ardmore’s Kids Who Care, are working to raise $5,6000 to assemble 20,000 meal packets for needy families. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for children. Following the dinner, members of the community are invited to join the Kids Against Hunger for a packaging event from noon-4 p.m. Saturday at the Lakeview High School Cafeteria. Lakeview students, their families and members of the community work in groups to assemble 20,000 pre-packaged meals that will be divided up between local community food banks, overseas and to …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The Bath City Roller Girls' partnered with the Lakeview High School to raise $1,500 for Beaumont Children's Hospital during their bout at Gibraltar Trade Center.
Lakeview Huskies with Heart raised $1,500 during their roller derby fundraiser with the Bath City Roller Girls. Funds raised during the roller derby April 29 will benefit Royal Oak Beaumont Children's Hospital.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
The Bath City Roller Girls' partnered with the Lakeview High School Saturday to raise funds for Beaumont Children's Hospital during their bout at Gibraltar Trade Center.
The Bath City Roller Girls teamed up with the Lakeview High School Huskies with Heart in an effort to help raise money for Beaumont Children’s Hospital in Royal Oak. The Bathtub Bettys took on the Devil Duckies Saturday at Gibraltar Trade Center North, Mount Clemens, to raise funds for the hospital.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Students from Lakeview High School won a concert with American Idol Casey James for their efforts in collecting phones for Cell Phones for Soldiers.
Lakeview High School has won a private concert by American Idol contestant Casey James for collecting one of the largest number of cell phones in a tri-county contest for the national charity Cell Phones Soldiers. The students collected 626 cell phones in the contest sponsored by GM Military Discount and 99.5 WYCD, and was one of the top schools in Metro Detroit. By collecting such a large number of phones, Lakeview won the Feb. 16 concert with James, who was a top-three finalist during the ninth season of American Idol and has appeared before live audiences with Sugarland. The collection drive was organized and run by the student-led community service organization Huskies with Heart. Students reached out to their fellow students, Lakeview…
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Members of the community-minded Lakeview High School Junior Optimist Octagon International club were sworn in Monday by Optimists officials.
A dedicated group of community-minded teens from Lakeview High School were recently sworn in as part of the first Junior Optimists Club in St. Clair Shores. Thrity-three students, who are part of Huskies with Heart organization, officially became the Lakeview High School Junior Optimist Octagon International (JOOI) club. The members of this club have been involved in more than 10 projects in the community and have worked beside members of the St. Clair Shores Optimists Club at the Rapid Search child identity program this past September, distributed candy during the Halloween in the Park, and serving hot chocolate and donuts during the city's Christmas Tree Lighting. “I am extremely proud of each of these students who have stepped forward …
Thursday, December 22, 2011
Lakeview's Huskies with Heart collected 625 phones which will be used to provide 37,500 minutes for soldiers to call home.
Members of the Lakeview Public School community and St. Clair Shores collected 625 phones for Cell Phones for Soldiers program. The collection drive, which was organized by the Huskies with Heart organization, takes proceeds from gently used cell phones that are refurbished and recycled and to purchase 60-minute calling cards that are sent to troops serving overseas. Through the generosity of the community, 37,500 minutes of call time will be purchased for soldiers. Lakeview High School also won a pizza party from 99.5 FM WYCD for the large number of cell phones collected. "I am so proud to be a part of such a great group, the Lakeview Huskies with Heart," said Matt Barranca, the club’s staff adviser, in an email.
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Huskies with Heart are the city’s first Junior Optimist Club.
A group of Lakeview High School students are gaining heartfelt lessons about the rewards of helping others. Previously called SoEmo, the group has renamed itself Huskies with Heart and has grown from approximately 16 students and two parents last year to 60 students and 10 parents this year. The main goal of Huskies with Heart is to build positive relationships with students, staff and the community, said Matt Barranca, the club’s staff adviser. The club embraces the values of optimism, promotes respect for self and others, and pursues opportunities for community service, Barranca said. “It seems that our society tends to look down upon the teenage demographic. We want to instill a spirit of giving in the teenage demographic of our society…