Members of Bronxville High School’s Habitat for Humanity Club recently spent a day volunteering at a New Rochelle house that was damaged during the flood from Hurricane Ida. Throughout the day, one group of students ripped up floors and placed them into bags, while another group cleaned up trash that had been washed into the yard.
“It was a very valuable experience to be able to engage in helping members of our local community that had been impacted by the flood,” student Scarlett Kane said. “In addition to this, we learned life skills such as ripping up floors with crowbars and sorting garbage. Overall, it was a great way to come together to do something positive in our local community.”