North National Honor Society and Harrison art students painted the five murals on Dec. 1.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
A group of more than 20 National Honor Society students from North Farmington High School and art students from Harrison High School no Saturday painted murals on five snow plows at the City of Farmington Hills Division of Public Works. The students created the designs for the plows, which include Sydney Raider, the NFHS mascot, and a snow theme. DPW Superintendent Kevin McCarthy took the opportunity to educate the young residents on services the city provides. The project was coordinated by Bethany Correll, a math teacher and National Honor Society advisor at North Farmington and Kimmi Dukes, an art instructor at Harrison. Source: City of Farmington Hills news release
Violin teacher Mary Stolberg touched the life of National Honor Society member Caitlyn Wiley, who is organizing the May 12 event.
A May 12 concert at Farmington High School will raise funds for the American Cancer Society and honor the memory of an inspiring music teacher. Concert organizer Caitlyn Wiley, a senior who is president of the school's National Honor Society (NHS), said she took lessons with violin teacher Mary Stolberg for three of the eight years she has played the instrument. "I grew a lot as a person with her," Wiley said. "I've never been challenged as much ... I was able to take on other tasks because of the confidence she gave me." Mary Stolberg died of cancer in 2009, at the age of 53. Her sister, Ann Stolberg, also succumbed to cancer earlier this year. In 2011, Wiley launched the concert as a way to support the NHS Relay for Life fundraiser, an …