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Students get ready for Random Acts of Kindness Week at Cedarcrest High School

The Random Acts of Kindness Club at Cedarcrest High School has seven days’ worth of events planned for Random Acts of Kindness Week, Jan. 15 to 21.

At school, the club will do the following:

Monday: Place sticky notes with kind phrases in restrooms and other random places around CHS campus.

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: deliver pizza, cookies or ice cream to an unsuspecting table at each lunch period, encouraging students to sit in a different spot.

Wednesday: Declare “Be extra kind to freshmen day.”

Thursday: Declare Gratitude Day and do road clean-up in downtown Duvall after school.

Friday:  “Pay it forward” at Ixtapa in Duvall.

1,000 acts

The club’s goal in this week is to complete 1,000 acts of kindness. When Cedarcrest students or their families see, perform or receive an act of kindness the club members write it down and put them on display, and each Tuesday through Friday morning, the club draws a random prize winner.

For the community, the club suggests the following.

Sunday – Smile and say hi to someone you walk past in a store or on the street.

Monday – Skip the malls, shop locally.

Tuesday – Pick up trash in your neighborhood or a local park.

Wednesday – Dine out locally, for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Thursday –   Take time to be thankful. Send a card, text, e-mail, or just tell someone you are thankful for them.

Friday - Honk if you love a local business - as you drive past the business you love, give them a quick honk!

Saturday – Do something fun and local with your family!

For more information, visit the club’s website at www.rakduvall.com.

 

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