Love Day cookie sale for Zero Tolerance Scholars
On Friday, February 14, also known as the day of love, the Hearne Zero Tolerance group sold Valentines Day cookies during both lunches at the high school.
The Zero Tolerance group holds many fundraisers throughout the year to raise money for a scholarship that is given to a deserving drug free senior group member of the ZT program.
Last year ZT raised $750 which went to Juanna Esqueda, but this year the ZT program hopes to raise enough to not only top that $750 amount, but to give out two scholarships to two deserving drug-free ZT students.
Brookshire Brothers and H.E.B in Bryan donated the cookies sold during the cookie sales to the ZT program.
After selling the cookies at the school the ZT students set up at Prosperity Bank to sell to the community.
Also on their Valentines agenda the ZT program raffled off a date night basket to the teachers and staff at each campus. Those staff members were Erica Seymore at the high school, Danielle Miller at the junior high, and Terry Kirksey at the elementary. The elementary sold the most tickets.
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