Students at TL&LC thank vaccination clinic volunteers with cards of appreciation

Students enrolled in The Literacy & Learning Center’s afterschool program spent the past couple of weeks creating handmade thank-you cards for volunteers who help made recent vaccination clinics in the community possible.

50 cards were delivered last Friday by TL&LC Staff for the 50 volunteers who donated their time at a recent vaccination clinic at the Highlands Rec Park.

The Literacy & Learning Center staff delivered handmade thank you cards made by students for volunteers of recent vaccination clinics at the Highlands Rec Park. Pictured from left are TL&LC Anna Norton, Bonnie Potts, and Jenni Edwards delivering cards.

“TL&LC wanted to show appreciation to all those who are giving their time and energy to help make our community safe and healthy, so we asked the students to make cards,” said TL&LC Senior Program Manager Anna Norton. “This is a teachable moment during which we can underscore the value in service as well as the importance of showing gratitude.”

Norton added that the students were free to design their cards as they liked around the central message of thanks.

Pictured at the top of the article is a TL&LC student creating a card during the afterschool program. Photo courtesy of TL&LC.

Article by Brian O’Shea
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