CENTRAL POINT, Ore -- It’s the time of the year when seniors are thinking about prom and graduation.
But before that -- it’s time for senior projects. Crater High School is currently working on theirs.
Crater Renaissance Academy Senior Nikolas Darrough is doing a hygiene drive for The Maslow Project.
“I know people who are homeless right now and I just want to help,” Darrough said.
He is collecting items like shampoo, deodorant, and sunscreen.
Those items can be donated and dropped off to the Crater Renaissance Academy.
You can also donate items at their year-end dance recital.
That is May 17th and 18th.
Doors open at 6:30 at the Crater Performing Arts Center.
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