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Social Justice League starts clothing drive at BHS

    - Logo courtesy of the Social Justice League/Bainbridge Island High School
— image credit: Logo courtesy of the Social Justice League/Bainbridge Island High School

The Social Justice League at Bainbridge High School is holding a clothes drive during the first weeks of January.

The Social Justice League is an official student club at the school that is dedicated to serving others. It focuses on local and international community service projects related to conservation, public health and education.

Members of the club are collecting unwanted clothes for any and all ages through Friday, Jan. 17.

The donations are being gathered in the classrooms of the club's advisors, Brad Lewis, Jason Uitvlugt and Michael Holloway.

 

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