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Hawk Wings Makes the News

On Wednesday February 7th Hawk Wings was visited by WFSB Eyewitness News for a feature on the channel’s “Great Kids Project.” For the second year in a row hosted their cookie event for Random Acts of Kindness week the club was grateful to be joined by the news as they delivered goodie bags of cookies to all the staff at Woodland.

This fairly new tradition was created by Hawk Wings for the purpose of “promoting gratitude for everyone at woodland,” said Hawk Wings advisor Anna Muharem. The club wanted to make sure that appreciation was shown for all the staff, not just teachers. Members of Hawk Wings baked and made bags of delicious cookies and added a chocolate for each staff member at Woodland: bus drivers, custodians, security guards, counselors, lunch ladies, and teachers.

Dana Mulligan had come across the news’s Great Kids Project and the variety of stories at different schools they had aired and reached out to the news. Mulligan had given multiple suggestions of amazing clubs at Woodland for the segment and the news chose Hawk Wings. Muharem believes that showing this sense of gratitude Woodland has is important because “having a sneak peek inside of a high school and seeing that it’s actually full of really wonderful people who care and do wonderful things is awesome.” The recognition for Hawk Wings is well deserved. The segment aired February 13th on WFSB Eyewitness News.

Abigail Raffone

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