Sophomores collect socks for those in need


The Class of 2021 collected 400 pairs of socks during a Sock Drive at Indian Lake High School. Sophomores learned that socks are the least donated clothing item and yet the most in demand for those in need. The class organized a drive through Lake Time classes. Mr. Metzger’s Laker Time class donated the most, with 229 pairs collected. The socks will be donated to the United Christian Services Food Pantry of Indian Lake for distribution throughout the winter. Pictured are sock counters, from left, sophomores Raelyn Parsell, Ella Wagner, Ashlyn Shaner, Lane Mefford and Allix Cotterman.

The Class of 2021 collected 400 pairs of socks during a Sock Drive at Indian Lake High School. Sophomores learned that socks are the least donated clothing item and yet the most in demand for those in need. The class organized a drive through Lake Time classes. Mr. Metzger’s Laker Time class donated the most, with 229 pairs collected. The socks will be donated to the United Christian Services Food Pantry of Indian Lake for distribution throughout the winter. Pictured are sock counters, from left, sophomores Raelyn Parsell, Ella Wagner, Ashlyn Shaner, Lane Mefford and Allix Cotterman.


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The Class of 2021 collected 400 pairs of socks during a Sock Drive at Indian Lake High School. Sophomores learned that socks are the least donated clothing item and yet the most in demand for those in need. The class organized a drive through Lake Time classes. Mr. Metzger’s Laker Time class donated the most, with 229 pairs collected. The socks will be donated to the United Christian Services Food Pantry of Indian Lake for distribution throughout the winter. Pictured are sock counters, from left, sophomores Raelyn Parsell, Ella Wagner, Ashlyn Shaner, Lane Mefford and Allix Cotterman.

The Class of 2021 collected 400 pairs of socks during a Sock Drive at Indian Lake High School. Sophomores learned that socks are the least donated clothing item and yet the most in demand for those in need. The class organized a drive through Lake Time classes. Mr. Metzger’s Laker Time class donated the most, with 229 pairs collected. The socks will be donated to the United Christian Services Food Pantry of Indian Lake for distribution throughout the winter. Pictured are sock counters, from left, sophomores Raelyn Parsell, Ella Wagner, Ashlyn Shaner, Lane Mefford and Allix Cotterman.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/11/web1_Sophomore-Sock-Drive-2018.jpgThe Class of 2021 collected 400 pairs of socks during a Sock Drive at Indian Lake High School. Sophomores learned that socks are the least donated clothing item and yet the most in demand for those in need. The class organized a drive through Lake Time classes. Mr. Metzger’s Laker Time class donated the most, with 229 pairs collected. The socks will be donated to the United Christian Services Food Pantry of Indian Lake for distribution throughout the winter. Pictured are sock counters, from left, sophomores Raelyn Parsell, Ella Wagner, Ashlyn Shaner, Lane Mefford and Allix Cotterman. Submitted photo