Spanish honor society students at Bryan County High School recently volunteered to prepare a meal for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire in Savannah.
Students purchased the food, prepared it and served it all for the RMHC guests. Students learned that the facility serves the needs of families whose children are being helped at Memorial Hospital. Families usually must live about 50 miles away from the hospital to receive free services.
The honor society is sponsored by the school's Spanish teachers Jeffery Smith and Roman Czerwinski.
“It is important for our students to know that there are agencies helping the community and that they, too, can help with their time and money,” Czerwinski said.
Guests were treated to chicken fajitas, cheese and chicken quesadillas, Mexican rice and beans and other sides and drinks. After their community service, students ate at the Oglethorpe Mall.