BHS students make goody bags to thank essential workers
Essential workers were shown just how much they are appreciated after being presented with ’thank you’ cards and goody bags yesterday.
Years 7 and 8 students at the Bermuda High School made the cards as part of Round Square Day, which celebrates the ideals of internationalism, democracy, environment, adventure, leadership and service.
A BHS spokeswoman said: “The theme for the day was ’Give More, Take Less’, and this exercise was a way for students to show their gratitude to all those working on the front lines.
“Due to a generous donation from Butterfield & Vallis, BHS staff were able to create little goodie bags to accompany the cards which were delivered to various locations around the island.”
The cards were dropped to staff at the vaccination centres, Edgewood Paediatrics, Wee Care Paediatrics, Soares’ Grocery, Health Line, the Bermuda Regiment, and the fire station.