LCHS American Red Cross Club
Adviser: Angela Raley
Working closely with friends, having fun and learning new things about yourself, your peers, community and the world can all happen in the LCHS Red Cross high school club. You can acquire new skills in leadership, get engaged in grassroots service, and lend a helping hand to those in need. As part of the high school club working with the local Red Cross chapter, you can become a lifeguard, learn how to perform CPR or become a trained instructor who teaches others. You may organize a blood drive, help U.S. military members, help to eradicate measles and much more. This is a club for students committed to making their school, their community and the world a better place. Your acquired skills build a solid foundation of personal tools which are important to succeeding in college and any number of future careers. Take the first step in making a difference in your life and the lives of others by joining LCHS Red Cross high club!
Red Cross meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday @7:30am of each month unless we are out of school.
For more information, contact Angela Raley at 919-776-7541 X 2524
Career Counseling Building, Room # 1309