Bridgehampton benevolence reaches The Bahamas
When Bridgehampton High School junior Miles Clark learned of the devastation of Hurricane Dorian, he set into action a plan of compassion when he spearheaded a clothing drive to help those affected by the powerful storm that hit the Bahamas.
Miles’ project has been met with much enthusiasm in the Bridgehampton School and community. He will personally deliver five boxes of clothing, shoes, flip flops, hats and other summer clothing on an upcoming humanitarian trip to the islands with his family.
“This gesture points to the goodness of people in our school community,” Principal Mike Miller said. “We all commend Miles, his family and the many other families and community members who’ve generously helped by putting others before themselves.”
Honor societies to host blood drive
The Bridgehampton National Senior and Junior Honor Societies in conjunction with the New York Blood Center will host a blood drive in the Bridgehampton School gymnasium on Tuesday, Oct. 8, from 2-6:30 p.m. Donors must be 17 years of age, or 16 with parental permission, and at least 110 pounds.
1: Bridgehampton School junior Miles Clark.
2: Bridgehampton School students Yaritza Huacon and Maydelin Soto organized donated clothing to be delivered to the Bahamas by Bridgehampton High School student Miles Clark.
Photos courtesy of Bridgehampton School District