WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Harrison high school students delivered treats to local first responders on Dec. 16. The students are part of a leadership organization called “Chick-Fil-A-Leadership Academy.”
The organization works to give high schoolers an opportunity to be leaders in their community. The students decided for this year's "Do Good December" event, they would serve those who serve us.
West Lafayette Police Department Officer, Kyle Goodman said it's a good feeling to receive appreciation from even the youngest members of the community.
“Any little thing that the community does especially even for us we don't expect it. But we're definitely really humble and grateful and it's neat that there is people, high school students that have that desire to give back,” said Goodman.
Harrison Junior, Ali Sorge said it was important for the group to do this especially for the holiday season.
“It's a holiday season and they're spending time here making sure we all stay safe, and so just saying thank you outside of representing our school and just saying thanks and going out of our way to show that they're appreciated,” said Sorge.
The students delivered treats to the sheriff's office, fire station 2 and station 3 and WLPD.
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