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New GHS club spreads random acts of kindness

A new afterschool program, The Do Something Different Club, began this year at Gloucester High School. The goal of the club is to do random acts of kindness as well as support typically unsupported events.

The club is run by GHS econ and personal finance teacher Jon Neblett; however, student leadership among all members is encouraged. All ideas are suggested and voted on by the students.

Neblett describes it as a fun, no-pressure club and originally got the idea while working at another school in Chesterfield County. He started and ran it there successfully for many years; however, this is his first time hosting it at GHS. Through his experiences at Chesterfield, he describes it as a club that builds on itself as time progresses.

Previous projects of the Do Something Different Club at GHS this school year include: Giving school office employees sunflowers, giving security officers donuts, and starting a canned food drive in exchange for the school library dropping all overdue book c...

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