By Danielle Cochran
You have probably seen many PHS students helping people around the prairie area wearing medical related clothing.  Those kids you have been seeing are all a part of Prairie’s HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) group.  The reason you have been seeing all of us is because we are working on getting all of our volunteer time completed.  This is 20 hours by March 1, 2010.  Lately we have been volunteering our time at the local Blood Drives by escorting the donors from the stations to the recovery area, as well as serving water and assisting with set up and tear down.  We really appreciate the opportunity to help with the Blood drives due to the volunteer time we receive as well as a peek at a part of the medical field.  Many of the HOSA students also helped out with the Ferdinand Parish Dinner a few weeks ago, where they were servers and greeters.  Finally we have had an opportunity to help the Monastery again this year with helping them fold/send letters and cards.  We extend our thanks to everyone who has given us opportunities on completing our volunteer hours.  If anyone ever has something they need done and would like help with please feel free to contact Sheri Daly or any of the other HOSA members.  We would be grateful for the opportunity.
 Thanks to everyone who bought Papa Murphy’s Pizzas from us this past week.  Thanks to all of you who bought, we are now even closer to having state competition paid for.  Our group sold and delivered 158 pizzas.  Also thank you to Papa Murphy’s for making all for the pizzas.  We really appreciate everything the community has been doing to help send us to state and hopefully nationals. 
Upcoming Events
December 2 - HOSA Meeting at PHS 7:40 a.m.
December 14th – Selling Concessions at Middle School Knowledge Bowl
January/February - Brownie Sale around town

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Cottonwood, ID 83522-0157
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