Mooresville Alumni: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
by Noah Justus
A true hero fights the good fight without expecting anything in return. Mooresville Highschool’s Alumni is no stranger to this concept. On April 7 of this year, the Facebook page for the Mooresville high school Alumni Association began to give recognition to graduates of the school that has gone out and done their part in the community, regardless of the dangers of the current pandemic. The current list consists of 219 previous members of MHS’s student body and most continue to add every day.
“Considering how much we depend on them, I think its the least we can do as a community to display our gratitude. I know I would want to be outside right now, let alone working” Senior Reese Condon said.
Though it is not always spoken of, these individuals are the reason society can remain running efficiently despite the chaos that is attempting to consume the world at the moment. These people need to know how appreciated they truly are and that their sacrifice is not going unnoticed. Any member is allowed to contribute themselves to this list given that that has provided their time as an essential worker during the recent crisis.
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