PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Some students at Bay High School are using their special talents to help homeless youth over the holidays.
Students enrolled in a digital marketing class have designed flyers, and composed public service announcements to promote what's called the 'Bay County Hallelujah Project'.
This is the second year students from Bay High have participated. The project was initiated by Bay District Schools Communications Director Sharon Michalik last year. It is designed to bring the community together by dropping off food donations while singing 'Hallelujah'.
This year, volunteers will collect toys as well.
For one student, it'll be her first time on the project.
"We should all give back. So any way you can do it, whether it's a program you work on charitable stuff or throughout your daily life whether that's giving somebody something, you know they think they need - it's the humane thing to do," said 11th Grade MAAD5 Marketing Student Shamiracle Ross.
The event will be held December 16th at the school's Cobb Gymnasium, 10 a.m
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