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Painting a needy family’s house, Zach Cepeda, Harrison Kane and Reggie Lara take part in Habitat for Humanity. The program helps adults and kids build and refurbish houses for people in poverty. 

Photo courtesy of Zach Cepeda

Meaning of service lies in impacting others’ lives

Zach Cepeda, columnist
September 30, 2016

Despite all the different applications and celebrations revolving around the so frequently spoken word, the idea of service basically boils down to this: one person helping another person. At our school,...

TRIUMPHANT TITANS: Upon hearing the final count of cans collected during the annual Canned Food Drive, Student Council members  scream and shout in their celebration for reaching and exceeding their goal from last year. The starting goal for the Canned Food Drive was 100,015 cans, but this yearís drive yielded a total of 124,000. The cans were donated to Vital Bridges, Onward House and the Northfield Township Food Pantry.

South gives back: Students and staff take part in charitable actions to help individuals in and around Glenview community

Gigi Cepeda, staff reporter
December 18, 2015

Various South clubs and organizations participate in charitable work during the holiday season, running from late November to early January. “It’s always important to recognize that you have more...

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