Speaker - January 12, 2017

At our first meeting of the year, honor society alumni Ben Cordle, Micah Giraudeau, Andrew Norton, David Norton, Elizabeth Shannon, and Mary Shannon answered our questions about college.

Feeding America Food Bank Service Project - January 2017

One in eight people in Southwest Virginia are at risk of going hungry, a problem which Feeding America is looking to fix. On January 5, 2017, we were able to volunteer for them, sorting out food that was not safe to eat. Learn more about what they do here!





Saint Nick's Christmas Fair Service Project - December 2016

On December 3, 2016, we had the opportunity to volunteer for the Saint Nick's Christmas Fair at Jeter Farm. The event is run by Global Partners in Peace and Development with all the proceeds going to poor and impoverished children around the world. Find more information by clicking here!


Operation Christmas Child Service Project - November 2016

On November 17, 2016, Operation Christmas Child was in full swing at Salem Baptist Church. We loaded hundreds of gift-filled shoeboxes into larger cardboard boxes. Those boxes were, in turn, placed in a trailer to be sent to children in need around the world as a Christmas gift. For more information on Operation Christmas Child, visit them by clicking here!



West End Center Service Project - October 2016

On October 18, 2016, we had the privilege of volunteering at the West End Center, which provides the developmental and educational tools necessary to become responsible adults to more than 200 children every year. Visit their website by clicking here!


Induction Ceremony 2016

On October 13, 2016, Kristen Chick, Serena Freeland, and Ellie Maynard were inducted into the Honor Society.



Speaker - March 10, 2016

At our March meeting, Mr. Jim Soderberg spoke to us about presuppositional apologetics. He said that our presuppositions ask three questions: What is the nature of reality?  How do we know what is true? How do we live life? From there he spoke on the presuppositional approach.