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Generations Unite Club of Westlake High School Provides Opportunity to Spread Joy & Community Connection

Forming a connection, sharing encouragement, and spreading joy to others is at the center of the new project from Generations Unite, a student club at Westlake High School. As part of their "Hope Notes" project, the club is putting a call out to the community to share drawings, pictures, or handwritten letters that may be digitally delivered to residents of local senior homes. 

Generations Unite asks that "Hope Notes" drawings, pictures, and letters be emailed to whsgenerationsunite@gmail.com by Monday, April 13th.

Drawing Guidelines:

  • Appropriate
  • Can be a card format or just on a blank sheet of paper
  • Use of color please
  • Can be graphic art or by hand
  • Send as a photo (high resolution) ​ to whsgenerationsunite@gmail.com

Letter Guidelines:
  • Must be handwritten and legible
  • Exclude the date
  • Be kind and thoughtful 
  • Generic intro (ex: Dear staff, )
  • Sign FIRST NAME ONLY
  • Send as a photo (high resolution)  to whsgenerationsunite@gmail.com

Generations Unite is a student volunteer based club. They dedicate their time at senior center homes, soup kitchens, and raise funds for different causes.

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