Frontenac students working to give Haiti better access to clean water


A small town in southeast Kansas is working to give those in Haiti better access to clean water.

Frontenac high school students in Eric Gudde’s technology class have partnered with the future hope of Haiti to help provide a village with a new water well.

The students are contributing to the cause by selling t-shirts they helped design.

One student says she never thought a simple shirt could make such a big impact on someone’s life.
Raven Warren, a sophomore at Frontenac High School says, “I’m happy to have contributed. I’m very happy about that.”

The students will be selling the shirts for $12 up until May 13th.
For more information or how to purchase a shirt of your own, contact Eric Gudde at:

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