Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Shine up a dirty car this weekend while supporting EMAC with a donation: EMAC is having a car wash this Saturday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. behind 7-Eleven (corner of Denton Tap and Sandy Lake Roads) to raise money for the Emerging Media and Communications activity account for various activities and items for the program. EMAC students and parents will be present to get dirty cars squeaky clean when you stop by to get gas, a snack or just drive by to support Coppell High School’s EMAC.
Julia Kim Staff Writer On Sat., April 16, HOSA will host a car wash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m at 7-Eleven. All funds raised at this event will be directly donated to Relay for Life. Time spent volunteering at this event will also count for service hours for NHS. The next HOSA meeting will be held on Wed., April 20, and those interested in applying for an officer position should prepare a speech. Members with at least 20 service hours can pick up an officer application in Mr. Pool’s room, A110. To support or donate the HOSA team for Relay for Life, click here.
Ashleigh Heaton Entertainment Editor The CHS theatre program is holding a car wash fundraiser next Saturday, April 17, at the Seven Eleven on the corner of Sandy Lake and Denton Tap. Anyone who is interested in getting their car squeaky clean (and possibly be entertained by a bunch of theatre kids) should talk to a member of drama club to receive a ticket to the event. Tickets are only $10, and the event will run all day. As for me, my car (Millie) is in need of a good scrubing — and what better way to make her shine than support a great part of our high school?