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Crockett MS National Junior Honor Society collects bears for EMS

Pictured (front row, kneeling from left) are: Crystal Arellano, Kennedy Jackson, La Shae Clark; and (back row): NHJS co-sponsor Elizabeth True, members of the Fort Bend EMS, Emmanuel Macil, Henry Nguyen, Matthew Manalang, Cathy Tran, Aisha Aweys, Nawal Adan, Kelly Chau, Tine He, Jimmy Nguyen, Giovanni Amadi, and NJHS co-sponsor Adela Parnell.

Pictured (front row, kneeling from left) are: Crystal Arellano, Kennedy Jackson, La Shae Clark; and (back row): NHJS co-sponsor Elizabeth True, members of the Fort Bend EMS, Emmanuel Macil, Henry Nguyen, Matthew Manalang, Cathy Tran, Aisha Aweys, Nawal Adan, Kelly Chau, Tine He, Jimmy Nguyen, Giovanni Amadi, and NJHS co-sponsor Adela Parnell.

Members of the Crockett Middle School National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) collected more than 30 stuffed toy animals from school and community members who took part in their Teddy Bear Drive. The drive benefitted the Fort Bend Emergency Medical Services in their efforts to provide toy bears to young children during crisis situations. EMS presents the toys to children to keep them calm and distracted during emergencies.

“The NJHS members were excited to take part in a cause that they know will help young children,” said Adela Parnell, NJHS co-sponsor. “They were also surprised that the Fort Bend Emergency Medical Services came out in an ambulance. They were thrilled to get to know the professionals and learn about how they help children during a crisis.”

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