High School Athletic Trainers Organize Toiletry Drive to Benefit WARM


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Westerville City Schools athletic trainers Karissa Dahdah, John Piper, Jonathan Coffing, Lauryn Winters, Isak Holt and Karina Carmichael joined forces to gather donations benefitting WARM.

 

 

Athletic trainers from all three Westerville high schools worked together over a period of three weeks recently to organize their annual toiletries drive to benefit WARM.  The drive began January 19 and ran through February 5, with many students and faculty members donating items. Donations were brought to each school’s athletic training rooms for the trainers to collect and organize.  Thanks to everyone who donated, the final tally was 160 pounds of toiletries, which set a donation record for the annual event.  They have their sights set high for next year, hoping to reach the 200 pound mark.  The trainers expressed heartfelt gratitude to everyone who donated.