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GFS Honors Martin Luther King Jr. on 2024 Day of Service


At this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, the GFS community celebrated the 60th Anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. After an inspiring message from the keynote speaker on the power of voting, students, teachers, families, and staff branched out across campus for service and learning in workshops and activities led by our amazing community.


Kamryn Davis, PA Youth Vote’s Lead organizer and event keynote speaker, spoke to the importance of becoming change agents through education, voting, and civic engagement.


Attendees gathered in the Woodshop to make wooden bowls for the annual Empty Bowl Dinner, which raises funds to end food insecurity.


LS students joined in on the day's activities! GFS Teacher, Lili Sharpless, held an exploratory art class that included the decorating of pots and plants to be shared with the wider community.


US students joined together in The Sharpless Building to make sandwiches for Whosoever Gospel Mission and the Germantown Community Fridge.