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NHS Letters Of Love

NHS writes letters of love

Abby Meisler January 6, 2023

For the holiday season, the National Honors Society (NHS) wrote meaningful and encouraging letters to patients at children's hospitals through the nonprofit organization, Letters of Love.  Senior NHS...

Park graduates of the Class of 2020 enjoy French cuisine at the very first French Club meeting Oct. 11, 2019. French Club is one of many clubs at Park this year that will continue its program online.

Clubs at Park offer social connection during the pandemic

Emmy Pearson October 29, 2020

With limited social contact, students are trying to find ways to maintain connections with others. One way is through joining clubs and organizations offered at Park that spark students’ interests. Abiding...

Senior Dayna Krause decorates a card for sick children during a Letters of Love meeting Dec. 19. During quarantine, Letters of Love is offering online card making in order to continue providing emotional support for kids in the hospital.

Letters of Love makes digital cards

Molly Schochet April 10, 2020

As the impact of COVID-19 grows every day, senior and Letters of Love president Maggie Klaers said Letters of Love has the ability to make a greater impact than ever before. “Now more than ever, kids...

Two Letters of Love Gala attendees write cards to hospitalized children. The goal of the event was to give a card, blanket or bracelet to every child. Letters of Love started at Orono High School last year and has spread to several schools since.

Teen community gathers to raise awareness, support

Harris Keekley and Colin Canaday February 8, 2020

As groups of teenagers swarmed into a single door at the Profile Event Center, Jan. 31 for the Letters of Love Gala, Orono High School senior Grace Birbig walked on stage and reminded everyone why...

Seniors Ava Bishop, Lola Ruff and Hannah Odland create cards for sick children during the first meeting of the new club Letters of Love 12/19/19. The club took inspiration from similar clubs from Orono High School.

Letters of Love starts strong

Colin Canaday and Harris Keekley January 15, 2020

Letters of Love, a new student-run club dedicated to writing letters to sick children, has a successful first meeting. Senior Maggie Klaers, the founder of Letters of Love at Park, said she is excited...

Junior Elizabeth Orton and junior Kathryn Schug collaborate while making cards. Feminism Club and Letters of Love combine meetings to gain engagement.

Intersectional Feminism Club gains multiple perspectives

Lilly Strathman and Grace Schultz December 20, 2019

After joining the Letters of Love meeting on Dec. 19, Intersectional Feminism Club president Ally Feller said she wants to continue combining clubs because it provides diversity.  “I want to combine...

Letters of Love is a club where students make cards for children who are patients at the Childrens Hospital in Minneapolis. The cards made by the students in Letters of Love are delivered to patients with the goal of putting a smile on their face and improving their day.

Proposed club strives to create positive impact

Ruthie Posada November 3, 2019

Once Letters of Love is approved, it will aim to brighten the spirits of patients at Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis by fundraising and delivering cards, according to senior and club leader Maggie...

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