Mentors acknowledged for making difference

Audra McCaw, Staff Developer

On May 5 OHS’s freshman mentor club hosted its annual mentor breakfast in the cafeteria.

New members, returning members and senior mentors were invited to come. The club provided food and beverages for the students.

“We saw a lot of growth within our organization this year,” said Katie Culley, adviser.

Senior mentors were recognized, receiving a certificate and Starbucks gift card as a thank you for participating in the club.

“It’s been so fun to watch the leaders coming into their own,” Culley said.

Although the club will be losing members as they are graduating, there are many new members that are excited to be a part of it.

“I’m so excited to spend my senior year as a part of the freshman mentors,” said Abagail Gamble, junior. “It seems like it’s going to be fun.”