Hundreds of students from Grace Community High School spent Thursday packing lunches, cleaning yards, and fulfilling a variety of other needs as part of the school’s yearly Community Service Day.
Every year, Grace students are divided into groups and sent to help nonprofits in whatever means possible.
“I see there are lots of needs that need to be met in our community,” said Sarabeth Wallace, junior and Lifegroup leader at GCHS. “It just feels good to be part of something that’s so important and is such a need here in Tyler.”
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