Chanhassen Students Donate Clothes to Help Teens in Need
Two Chanhassen High School students, as part of their leadership class, have collected a number of dress shirts and ties for two local programs that help teens in need.
According to the Chanhassen Villager, sophomores Aidan Wilhelm and Adam Hamburg collected 50 shirts and 72 ties, which they donated to Hope House, the teen shelter in Chanhassen, and the Chaska TreeHouse, which provides programs, support and services to local teens.
The project reportedly began as a homework assignment for their leadership class. The idea for a dress shirt drive was hatched during homecoming as boys were looking to dress up for the festivities.
The duo figured the shirts and ties would provide those in need with dress clothes they can use for homecoming, dances, and even job interviews, the article said.
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